Edgewater Technology, a technology management consulting firm, has appointed Timothy Oakes to the position of interim chief financial officer (CFO) following the departure of Kevin Rhodes. Oakes is currently the chief accounting officer (CAO).
Oakes joined Edgewater in 2004 as director of finance, before becoming its vice president of finance in 2007. He became CAO in July 2008. He has nearly 20 years of experience in financial and operational management working for companies in the biotechnology, manufacturing and consulting services industries. He is a certified public accountant and holds a BSc degree in Business Administration from Stonehill College. He began his career in public accountancy working in the Boston office of KPMG.
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