CAMBRIDGE, MASS. (PRWEB) MARCH 26, 2019
Modo, developer of the world’s leading mobile engagement platform, today announced that Jacquelyn Barry Hamilton has joined the leadership team as the company’s Chief Financial Officer.
Hamilton has proven success building and leading financial, accounting and treasury operations in software and professional services industries, spanning emerging growth companies to global enterprises. As Modo CFO, Hamilton will oversee all aspects of finance, accounting, financial planning, strategy, investor reporting, HR operations, and facilities management for Modo.
Hamilton has most recently served as the CFO for NetCracker, a wholly owned $700 million subsidiary of NEC providing digital transformation software to the telecommunications industry. Previously, Hamilton served for 4 Years as the Global Technology Division CFO for Monster Worldwide, and was also the CFO of Corporate Software, a $1 billion global enterprise software reseller to F500 companies, which was acquired by Level 3 Communications during her tenure. At Level 3, Hamilton focused on M&A and post-merger integration activities, playing a key role in Level 3’s subsequent acquisition of another $1 billion global software reseller and technical service provider during her tenure. Hamilton is a graduate of Simmons College and she received her master’s degree in finance from Boston College.
“After speaking with the founding members of Modo and the leadership team, I knew this was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up,” said Hamilton. “Modo has developed an innovative, relevant mobile app platform that can quickly and easily be adopted and implemented in any customer environment. I’m excited to join the team to help the company build on its solid foundation for growth and to further develop and implement the financial, administrative and operational infrastructure and to help the company scale.”
“The CFO is a critical role in any company, but especially in a dynamic startup like Modo. I’m thrilled to enhance our leadership strength with the incredible financial acumen and extensive technology licensing background that Jackie brings,” said Modo CEO, Stewart Elliot. “Jackie comes to Modo with the financial know-how to optimize and maximize Modo’s aggressive growth goals to help us scale the company for future success.”
Hamilton joins Modo during a period of rapid customer growth, coupled with multiple new global and strategic partnerships. As part of that growth, Modo has expanded the Mobile Campus market to include the Mobile Workplace, and now counts dozens of Fortune 1000 companies as part of its customer base. In addition, the company has bolstered its partner ecosystem with several multi-billion dollar workplace technology and services resellers, along with other large scale technology leaders.
About Modo Labs
Trusted by hundreds of the world’s most recognized universities and brands from around the world, the Modo no-code app development platform offers an enterprise-scale mobile engagement and communication capabilities that allow users to quickly and easily create unified mobile campus and workplace app experience that increases student and employee engagement. Using Modo, our customers quickly unlock innovation and digitally transform their organizations by harnessing the domain skills of any person in their organization, regardless of technical skill set. For more information, visit modolabs.com.