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CAMBRIDGE, Mass., September 22, 2016 – QuickBase Inc., a leading low-code application development platform provider, today announced that Matt Hoogerland will become its Chief Financial Officer (CFO), effective immediately.
Hoogerland brings more than 20 years of diverse finance experience to QuickBase. He has a demonstrated track-record of building high performing finance teams as well as driving growth in revenues, earnings, and cash generation, while improving business controls and efficiencies. As CFO, he will oversee the QuickBase’s financial operations, processes and systems.
“During his tenure at Ozburn-Hessey Logistics (OHL), which was acquired by Geodis, Matt helped the organization accelerate growth and improve financial performance each year,” said Allison Mnookin, CEO, QuickBase. “As we scale our operations as a newly independent organization and continue on our journey of rapid growth, his experience and expertise will be invaluable. We are delighted to have Matt join the team.”
In addition to his role as CFO of OHL, Hoogerland held several senior finance management positions at Brady Corporation and Metavante Corporation. He also served in a number of progressive finance roles at Grande Cheese Company, Ford Motor Company, and First Chicago NBD.
“I am thrilled to join the QuickBase team during this exciting time,” said Hoogerland. “The organization is faced with a huge opportunity in the rapidly growing low-code platform space and I look forward to partnering with the senior leadership team to drive process excellence and further accelerate financial growth.”
Hoogerland will succeed William Markley, who served as QuickBase’s Interim CFO.
Launched in 1999 and headquartered in Cambridge, Mass., QuickBase Inc., formerly a division of Intuit, is a newly independent company focused on helping businesses of all sizes drive productivity and digitally transform their organizations. The platform’s unique low-code interface enables users to create custom applications faster and easier without learning code. Today, QuickBase is used by more than 6,000 customers, including half of the Fortune 100, across a variety of industries and use cases. The company was divested from Intuit in March 2016 and is backed by Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe. For more information, please visit: www.quickbase.com.