MaritzCX Names New Chief Financial Officer
SALT LAKE CITY – June 10, 2015 – MaritzCX today announced that its leadership team is growing with the addition of Todd Miceli as chief financial officer. Miceli comes to MaritzCX with experience across different industries and with the management, finance, accounting, and customer experience (CX) talents that will help guide the company’s growth.
“We are very fortunate to have found such an experienced, creative, and operationally strong executive,” said Carine Clark, president and CEO of MaritzCX. “I look forward to working with Todd as we continue to innovate and grow all of our business areas, including customer experience software, research science, vertical market expertise, and managed program services.”
As chief financial officer at MaritzCX, Todd Miceli brings decades of executive-level experience in growing and managing the fiscal interests of fast-moving, venture-backed companies. His exceptional skills in finance, acquisitions, and business management will benefit the growing company.
“I have worked with venture-backed tech companies for a long time and am thrilled to be a part of the MaritzCX team,” said Todd Miceli, chief financial officer at MaritzCX. “There are very few early-stage software companies with such a strategic position and opportunity, including a solid top-tier customer base, largest player in the space with impressive revenue, and huge growth opportunity.”
Miceli has served as chief financial officer for seven companies. He was most recently the CFO of DAZ 3D, a leader in the 3D software and content space. Miceli was also CFO of Alliance Health Networks, which was acquired by Ingram Medical in January of 2014; Ember Corporation and Ximian, which was acquired by Novell; Viveca, which was sold to OpenPages; and e-STEEL, which raised $110 million in four rounds of funding from top-tier venture capitalists and investment firms.
Miceli also founded and owned New England Equipment Rentals d/b/a Volvo Rents Construction Equipment, one of the largest independent Volvo Rents franchises in the Northeast, which he successfully grew and sold to Volvo Construction Equipment.
Prior to his involvement with technology startups, Miceli was in investment banking, having worked for GE Capital, Jefferies and Company, Southcoast Capital, and Brenner Securities.