Coverity has appointed John Calonico as senior vice president (SVP), chief financial officer (CFO) and secretary. Calonico has over 30 years experience in financial management and operational excellence in the technology sector, where he has led several companies through profitable growth, impactful integration of acquisitions and a successful initial public offering (IPO).
At Coverity, he will be responsible for the continued building and shaping of the company’s long- term financial model, accounting systems, and internal controls, and will manage all administrative functions including finance, accounting, facilities, human resources, and information systems.
Prior to Coverity, Calonico served as the executive vice president (EVP) and CFO of Aster Data Systems, a market leader in data management and advanced analytics for diverse and big data, where he ran finance, operations, and information systems, and led the company through its acquisition by Teradata Corporation in April 2011. Prior to Aster Data Systems, Calonico served as the CFO of Interwoven, a leader in content management solutions, where he helped drive profitable growth as sales reached more than US$250m prior to its acquisition by Autonomy for approximately US$800m.
Calonico has also served as the CFO of Blue Martini Software, where he organised and successfully completed the company’s US$172m initial public offering including selecting underwriters and managing and directing the company’s communications with Wall Street. Prior to Blue Martini, he held vice president of finance positions for BEA Systems and Autodesk, and began his career with the accounting firm of Ernst & Young.
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