eOriginal Announces Coluzzi as New Chief Financial Officer

Mike not only brings technical competence in accounting, finance, human resources and legal, but tremendous business acumen, leadership, and insights that will add enormous value to eOriginal.”

eOriginal, Inc., today named Michael Coluzzi as Chief Financial Officer (CFO), another valuable addition to the executive team of the rapidly growing financial services technology firm.

Coluzzi is the third key addition to eOriginal’s leadership following a growth capital investment by LLR Partners. In addition to the new CFO, Brian Madocks joined as Chief Executive Officer in April 2017 followed by Timothy Wall as Chief Revenue Officer earlier this month. These hires and the existing eOriginal management team together will drive the business towards achieving full potential.

“Mike is a fantastic addition to the eOriginal executive team,” Madocks said. “When Mike and I previously worked together, I saw firsthand how he not only brings technical competence in accounting, finance, human resources and legal, but tremendous business acumen, leadership, and insights that will add enormous value to eOriginal.”

Coluzzi joins the team with more than 15 years’ experience in business technology and application software solutions. Over his career, he has served as CFO of several companies ranging in size from under $50-million to approaching $1 billion.

As eOriginal’s CFO, Coluzzi will oversee finance, tax, treasury, legal, risk management, human resources and operations.

“In my career, I have sought opportunities to help promising companies instill discipline and fulfill their maximum potential,” Coluzzi said, “I look forward to helping eOriginal take advantage of the growing opportunity for financial technologies.”

At Revitas, an enterprise software business specializing in revenue management, Coluzzi worked with the executive team that led a transformation of the company that ultimately resulted in its acquisition by a strategic buyer in in January 2017.

Previously, he served as CFO of Quintiq, Inc., a provider of on-premise and on-cloud supply chain and operations planning and optimization software, and was part of the management team that grew the business more than 40 percent a year over a 3-year period, which later was sold to a…

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