George Anderson, Chairman and CEO of Enterprise Engineering said, “Having worked together at the world’s best financial services companies, there is no better progression than having Susan join us as President.” Certoma will emphasize EEI’s operations and “positioning the company for long-term growth.” Working with the company’s key clients will be Anderson’s focus.
Pictured (left to right): Enterprise Engineering founder and CEO, George Anderson, and SVP for Software Products, Jack Cassaro, during their presentation, “I Want Access to My Own Data and I Want It Now!” at FinDEVr 2015 in San Francisco.
Certoma was formerly President of Broadridge’s Wealth & Markets division, responsible for a $300 million portfolio. As the leader of the company’s largest transaction processing platform, Certoma drove bottom-line growth, defined product strategy, designed the platform, and managed client relationship. Before her tenure at Broadridge, she was the Chief Information Officer at Wachovia’s Corporate & Investment Bank and previously served in technology leadership positions at Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, Lehman Brothers, and First Boston.
Enterprise Engineering also announced that, Andy Brown, the CEO and co-founder of strategic advisory firm Sand Hill East would join EEI’s Board of Directors. Brown currently serves on the board of Guidewire, MoogSoft, and CTO Fintech Innovation Lab.
Founded in 1995 and based in New York City, Enterprise Engineering presented its Trusted Network Platform at FinDEVr 2015 in San Francisco. The platform is an advanced data aggregation and management solution, consisting of both a core engine and an API, that enable fintech developers and fintech institutions to provide a variety of PFM, SMB accounting, tax, and data aggregation services to their customers.
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