MEDL Mobile, an incubator and aggregator of mobile technology, has hired Paul Caceres as chief financial officer (CFO). Caceres replaces David Lieberman, who has resigned.
Prior to MEDL, Caceres provided financial management consulting services to small emerging growth companies in the technology, biotechnology and mobile software industries. From 1987 to 2008, he served as CFO of CAM Commerce Solutions, a company engaged in the business of marketing e-commerce software solutions and providing payment processing services, web hosting services, technical support services, and application software. Caceres left CAM Commerce Solutions in 2008 after helping to orchestrate a successful exit for the shareholders by selling to a private equity firm for US$180m in cash.
Caceres is a certified public accountant (CPA), licensed in the state of California. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California.
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