Fuze Appoints Veteran Finance Executive Edward M. Durkin as CFO and Dan MacDonnell as Senior Security Advisor
The newest leadership additions to help drive Fuze growth in the accelerating cloud-based communications market
Fuze, the leading cloud-based communications provider for the modern global enterprise, announced Edward M. Durkin as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO). As CFO, Durkin will lead Fuze’s rapidly-growing global financial and administrative operations as the company continues to support and empower the increasingly distributed global workforce.
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Durkin brings more than 35 years of financial and executive experience to Fuze, most recently serving as CFO at Actifio Inc., a leading provider of multi-cloud enterprise data management software solutions, acquired by Google in 2020. Prior to Actifio, Durkin was CFO at Digital Guardian, Inc. and Interactions, Inc., both rapidly growing technology companies. Durkin also served as CEO and President of Tactical Communications Group, LLC, as well as CFO of Radview Software, where he was instrumental in successfully taking Radview through its initial public offering (IPO).
“As we evolve to meet the needs of distributed workers and the global enterprise, Ed’s proven financial experience will help propel the company forward during a time of momentum in the flexible work movement,” said Brian Day, CEO, Fuze. “I look forward to working with Ed and leveraging his expertise to fuel Fuze’s global growth strategy.”
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“Driven by a rapid shift to the cloud and the changing remote work landscape, which was accelerated by COVID-19, Fuze is addressing a critical and rapidly growing enterprise market––ensuring employees stay connected and remain productive,” said Durkin. “With a differentiated tech platform, world-class team, scalable business model, and global footprint, Fuze stands out as a global leader and I’m thrilled to support its next generation of growth.”
Fuze also welcomes Dan MacDonnell, who recently retired as a Rear Admiral in the U.S. Navy with extensive cybersecurity experience in both federal government and civilian executive capacities, as a new senior security advisor to bolster Fuze’s enterprise security strategy.
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