New York, February 7, 2011 – Reval, (www.reval.com), the premier provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions for corporate financial risk management, announced today that treasury industry executive Jason Torgler has joined the company as Vice President of Strategy, focusing on the corporate marketplace. Torgler joins Reval from Thomson Reuters, where he was Head of Sales and Account Management since 1999.
“Jason not only understands the needs of the treasury marketplace, but through his success in building Thomson’s treasury business, knows the power of SaaS-delivered solutions,” says Justin Brimfield, Reval’s Senior Vice President of Corporate Development. “His deep experience exemplifies the kind of talent we are committed to investing in as we broaden our offering into the corporate treasury market.” Torgler will be working with relevant Reval teams to accelerate growth in the corporate treasury space globally.
“I want to go where the market is going,” says Torgler. “It is proven that SaaS is the preferred method of delivery, and with Reval’s accomplishments as a SaaS provider over the past 12 years and my experience in the market, I feel the road ahead will be very exciting.”
Torgler will leverage his strong analytical and interpersonal skills to plan and execute Reval’s corporate strategy. Most recently, Torgler led the direct sales and account management teams for the Corporate Treasury unit at Thomson Reuters, aggressively growing revenue and new client acquisition during his time there. Prior to this role, he served as head of sales for the private, venture-backed startup, Selkirk Financial Technologies, where he was responsible for growth of the business and subsequent sale to Thomson Reuters. His experience in technology also includes award-winning solution selling for Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC) and Automatic Data Processing (ADP), both public companies trading on Nasdaq.
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