Mattersight, a provider of enterprise analytics, has hired Mark Iserloth as vice president and chief financial officer (CFO). Iserloth, who brings more than 25 years of finance, business development, strategy, and operations experience, will be responsible for finance, accounting, human resources, and administrative functions for Mattersight. He replaces Bill Noon, who has served as CFO since February 2009 and will continue at Mattersight as vice president of finance.
Previously, Iserloth was CFO of Trustwave Holdings, a rapidly growing, leading provider of cloud-based compliance and information security solutions, where he was responsible for finance and human resources. Prior to joining Trustwave, he was CFO of Initiate Systems, a master data management company. Iserloth holds an MBA from the JL Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and a BSc in Electrical Engineering from Northwestern University.
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