CallMiner, an enterprise speech analytics company, has appointed Bob Orlando as chief financial officer (CFO). He has more than 25 years of operationally-focused, hands-on expertise building and managing companies to profitability combined with significant experience raising capital in the initial public offering (IPO), secondary and private equity/venture capital (VC) markets.
Prior to joining CallMiner, Orlando was vice president, CFO and treasurer of Camiant, an international software company that was sold to Tekelec in May 2010 for US$135m. Prior to Camiant, he served as vice president, CFO and treasurer of Switchboard, a provider of local online advertising solutions and internet-based yellow pages that was sold to Infospace for US$160m. From 1991 through 2000, he was the CFO and treasurer of Mathsoft, a provider of math, engineering and scientific software solutions that went public in 1993.
Orlando also held financial management positions with Bitstream, Unicco Service Company, and Orion Research. Previous to these positions, Orlando served as an auditor for Arthur Andersen. He has a BSc degree from Bentley College and is a certified public accountant (CPA).
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