New York, July 25, 2011 – Reval (www.reval.com), the premier provider of financial risk management Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) to corporations and financial institutions globally, announced today that Patrick Cannon has joined the company as Senior Vice President of Client Services to oversee dedicated Professional Services and Client Solutions teams in North America, EMEA and Asia Pacific. Cannon brings over 16 years of experience in client-facing roles in the financial technology industry.
“Focused and dedicated client support has always been a top priority that we deliver on. As we broaden our offering across the treasury organization and continue our global expansion, we remain committed to this promise,” says Reval CEO and Co-founder Jiro Okochi. “Patrick brings a well-rounded perspective of both the corporate and financial institution markets we serve. We are happy to have him join the senior management team.”
“Reval is well-known for the knowledge and support it delivers to its clients,” says Cannon. “I am thrilled to be part of a company that gets it right, making quality service the very business it delivers.”
Cannon brings extensive experience in project and relationship management from the financial services technology industry. He began his career in the industry at FNX Solutions, an early player in the ASP space—a precursor to SaaS—offering risk management solutions to global financial institutions in the capital markets space. At FNX Solutions, Cannon created and led the client relationship business, managing a global team of over 40 client relationship managers, business analysts and software developers. Most recently, Cannon served as a managing director in Sungard’s Capital Market & Investment Banking group, overseeing a team with responsibility for client delivery and relationship management. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Saint Joseph’s University.
For more information, visit www.reval.com or email email@example.com.
Note to editors: Trademarks and registered trademarks remain the property of their respective owners.