CAMPBELL, CA--(Marketwire - Dec 10, 2012) - Rainmaker Systems, Inc. (
Mr. Faldi brings more than 20 years of senior management experience in both start-ups and public technology companies including e-Commerce organizations. Prior to TruEffect, he was most recently Chief Operating Officer of Datalogix and prior to that he served as the Vice President of the Global Broadband business for Yahoo!. Finnegan's experience also includes SVP of e-Commerce at Solidus Networks, and Vice President of Business Development and Sales for United Online.
Faldi holds a BS Degree in Finance and Management from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and an MBA from The George L. Graziadio School of Business and Management at Pepperdine University.
Mitchell Levy, Rainmaker's Chairman of the Board, commented, "Finn brings a strong sales, operations and business development background and significant e-Commerce experience to our Board. He will be a valuable asset as Rainmaker continues to expand our B2B e-Commerce solution set."
David Guercio, Rainmaker's senior vice president of sales and marketing, also commented, "Finn has repeatedly shown an ability to add value in dynamic, highly-competitive environments across both start-ups and public companies. We look forward to adding his expertise, experience and energy to our Board of Directors."
"Rainmaker is positioned to be a driving force in the B2B e-Commerce market," said Faldi. "I'm looking forward to bringing my e-Commerce expertise to a company that's making its mark on this growing industry."
Rainmaker is an e-Commerce software company that helps multi-national companies address the B2B market by maximizing sales revenue for their products and services. The Rainmaker e-Commerce platform can be enhanced with Rainmaker global telesales agents to maximize revenue and customer satisfaction through the entire customer life cycle.
For more information, visit www.rainmakersystems.com or call 800-631-1545.
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