Traxpay, pioneer in business-to-business (B2B) real-time financial transactions, has announced the appointment of Rebecca Polley, a 20-year finance veteran, as the company’s Chief Financial Officer. Polley joins Traxpay as the company continues to exhibit strong growth and an increasing share of the electronic B2B payments market.
Over the last 20 years Ms. Polley has helped build and manage a wide range of international financial organizations in the internet, enterprise software and payment industries. She joins the company from Crytek, one of the largest independent game developers, where she supported the company’s growth into Asia and North America with a global presence of over 900 employees. Revenues grew two-fold during her tenure there. Rebecca also brings a strong legacy at SAP where she played a pivotal role in shepherding Traxpay through its initial conception phase. In prior roles Polley managed the financial integration of several FirstData acquisitions in Europe, completed an IPO with jobpilot AG and helped grow SAS Institute’s EMEA operations to over USD500m in annual revenues. She began her career at KPMG in Dallas prior to relocating to Europe, is a certified public accountant, and holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Southern Methodist University.
“It’s a great pleasure to welcome Rebecca to our executive team.” said CEO Bruggeman. “She has a deep understanding of our company and our market having been involved with Traxpay from the very beginning. Her extensive experience and proven track-record at world-class organizations will be a key benefit to us in our continued global expansion.”
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