Recurly appoints Joe Rohrlich as CEO in fintech industry update.

January 16, 2024
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Subscription billing fintech Recurly has appointed Joe Rohrlich as its new CEO. Rohrlich brings more than two decades of experience to the role, including serving as CEO of Top Hat, a US-based higher education engagement platform. In his new position, Rohrlich will be responsible for building on Recurly’s success and leading the company’s next phase of growth.

Recurly, founded in 2009, offers an integrated platform for automating subscription billing. The company serves thousands of businesses across various industries and manages billions of dollars in recurring revenues. Rohrlich’s appointment comes as Recurly looks to enhance its strategic objectives and provide value to its stakeholders.

Recurly, a US-based subscription management and billing platform, has appointed Joe Rohrlich as its new CEO. Joe Rohrlich, Recurly’s new CEO; Image source: LinkedIn An “accomplished” executive with more than two decades of work experience, Rohrlich joins Recurly from Top Hat, a US-based higher education engagement platform, where he served as CEO for nearly three years. Before that, he worked in a number of senior positions at software firm Bazaarvoice for 11 years, most recently serving as its chief revenue officer. There, he was responsible for realising a tenfold revenue growth for the firm. Commenting on his new role, Rohrlich says he will be tasked with building on Recurly’s “position of strength and leading its next phase of growth”. The company adds that Rohrlich will be responsible for ensuring Recurly delivers on its strategic objectives and provides value to all its stakeholders. Founded in 2009 and headquartered in San Francisco, Recurly provides an integrated platform that automates subscription billing, enabling teams to “manage and optimise” their subscriber lifecycles. It claims to serve “thousands” of companies across digital media, streaming, publishing, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and other industries, managing “billions of dollars” in recurring revenues. Tags: Business-to-Business/B2B, Customer Experience/CX & User Experience/UX, Digital, Financial Services/Finserv, Movers and Shakers, Payments, Platform-as-a-Service/PaaS Joe Rohrlich, Recurly FinTech News North America, USA READ NEXT Brazil’s Conta Simples plots product expansion following $41.5m Series B JP Morgan Chase-owned WePay reportedly offboards a number of business clients US-based Citizens State Bank taps Revio to fuel customer growth Millennials and Gen-Z embrace digital banking and “mobile-first” payment mindset. Could that be a problem?

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