Telogis, the platform for location intelligence, has appointed Kyle Messman as chief financial officer (CFO). Messman will be responsible for management of the company’s accounting, finance, treasury, and risk management functions. During his tenure with Telogis, he has completed three acquisitions and oversaw the continuing growth of the company.
Messman brings many years of financial experience to Telogis. Previously, he worked in the corporate financial planning group at a major semiconductor manufacturer, where his responsibilities included SEC and financial reporting, capital transactions, and financial planning and analysis. Prior to this, Messman spent several years as an investment banker, where he focused on mergers and financings in the technology services and infrastructure software sectors and worked with clients on a wide variety of corporate finance and capital markets transactions. Previously, he worked in venture capital focusing on infrastructure software and service investments.
Messman earned a BS in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA in Finance from the Graziadio School of Business at Pepperdine University.
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