Lyris has appointed Deborah Eudaley as chief financial officer (CFO). Prior to Lyris, Eudaley was the CFO for Cloudmark, a private messaging security software company. She also served as the CFO and senior vice president (SVP) of finance and operations for GoldenGate Software, which was acquired by Oracle in 2009.
Additionally, Eudaley served as the CFO for Indivos (acquired by Solidus Networks), Alibris, and Placeware (now Microsoft), as well as held a variety of senior financial management positions at Silicon Graphics (SGI), Oracle and TRW.
Eudaley holds a BA from the University of California at Berkeley and an MBA from California State University, East Bay.
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