Unify has announced that it has appointed Liliana Solomon as the company’s global Chief Financial Officer, effective May 1.
“As we continue the transformation of Unify into a true software and services leader, strong and experienced financial stewardship of the company will be critical to our success,” said Dean Douglas, CEO of Unify. “I’m excited to welcome Liliana to Unify, as her demonstrated financial leadership at some of the telecommunications industry’s top companies combined with her experience working in businesses undergoing transformation makes her ideally suited to join the Unify leadership team.”
“I’m very pleased to be joining Unify, as the company continues its transformation to achieve its ambition as a software and services market leader,” said Solomon. “From my industry experience, I know that Unify’s customers value their trusted partnership with us, and I look forward to contributing to the company’s success.”
Solomon will replace Ray Leclercq of The Gores Group who has been serving in that role in an interim capacity since mid-2013. “I would like to thank Ray for all of his support and effort to guide us through these last several months as our CFO. His insight has also provided a smooth transition for all of us that are new to Unify,” said Douglas.
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