Bottomline Technologies has promoted Rob Eberle to the post of president. Eberle will continue in the position of chief operating officer, which he has held since 2001. The company also announced the promotion of Kevin Donovan, its treasurer and vice president of finance, to chief financial officer. Eberle joined Bottomline in 1998 and will retain his sales and daily customer execution responsibilities, while assuming a greater responsibility for executing the company’s growth plans. Donovan joined Bottomline in 1999 from Ernst & Young to serve as corporate controller. He was promoted to vice president of finance in 2000 and was named company treasurer in 2001.
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