DocuSign, provider of a software-as-a-service (SaaS)-based electronic signature platform, has appointed Mike Dinsdale as chief financial officer (CFO). Dinsdale brings a wealth of financial and strategic experience and will fill a key role in helping drive DocuSign’s explosive growth in the eSignature market.
Dinsdale comes to DocuSign with a proven track record of driving organisations to hyper growth. Most recently, Dinsdale served as CFO of Lithium, a SaaS platform and application suite provider. In addition to setting Lithium’s financial strategy and managing the operations of finance, human resources (HR), corporate development, legal and business development, Dinsdale was also responsible for raising millions in equity financial over three rounds and two strategic acquisitions, including the acquisition of Scout Labs.
Prior to Lithium, Dinsdale joined Velocity11, a life sciences technology company, where he was instrumental in setting business strategy and aggressively driving revenue growth to US$50m. As CFO, Dinsdale managed operations in North America and Europe, distribution in Asia and numerous functional areas. Dinsdale further fuelled company growth by increasing revenues, securing funding and playing a key role during the firm’s acquisition by Agilent Technologies in 2007.
Dinsdale acquired a BESc in mechanical engineering from the University of Western Ontario, an MBA from McMaster University and holds the designation of Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).
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