Pixazza, an interactive images company, has hired Terence (Terry) Murphy as chief financial officer (CFO). Murphy brings more than 25 years of financial and operations experience to Pixazza. In his new role, he will direct Pixazza’s finance, accounting, human resources (HR), facilities and legal functions as the company enters its next phase of growth.
Prior to joining Pixazza, Murphy served as CFO for Risesmart, a provider of outplacement and recruiting solutions to large companies. Before this, he was the senior vice president (SVP) of finance for LiveOps, a provider of virtual call centre solutions. In his six years at LiveOps, Murphy led the company’s financial operations during a period of explosive growth as annual revenues increased from US$18m to US$140m. He has also held executive-level finance positions at GoBeam, Sigma Networks and Covad Communications. He is a California-licensed certified public accountant (CPA) and has a BSc from San Francisco State University.
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