Rackwise has appointed Jeff Winzeler as chief financial officer (CFO). Winzeler brings global operations and financial expertise through his extensive experience with multinational technology organisations.
Most recently, Winzeler served as CFO at Solar Power, where he joined the company as president of one of its subsidiaries to pioneer the first franchise concept into the residential solar market in the US. Prior to that, Winzeler served as CFO and chief operating officer at International Display Works, during which tenure he managed multiple aspects of the publicly traded liquid crystal display manufacturer through a profitable sale of the company.
Previously, Winzeler spent 17 years with Intel, where he held a number of financial management positions in multiple domestic and international locations, including Controller of Intel’s US$2bn Flash memory division.
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