Kyriba Appoints Julie Norquist Roy as Chief Marketing Officer

July 24, 2012

Former Cornerstone OnDemand executive to accelerate growth of treasury and risk cloud software leader

San Diego, CA – July 24, 2012 – Kyriba, the leader in cloud-based treasury management solutions, today announced the appointment of Julie Norquist Roy as chief marketing officer (CMO). A seasoned technology marketing executive, Roy will oversee global marketing and communications as Kyriba continues its fast-paced growth trajectory.

“With our market potential and accelerated pace of growth, we are thrilled to have Julie on board to spearhead brand awareness, demand for Kyriba’s offerings and expansion into new markets. Her deep understanding of what it takes to grow a business and leading cloud technologies are essential to our success”, said Jean-Luc Robert, CEO of Kyriba.

Today, Kyriba is an uncontested leader in the space with one of the largest roster of clients running their SaaS treasury, risk, payment and cash applications. The company counts over 700 global clients with 150+ clients implementing the company’s SaaS-based solutions in the last 12 months. Kyriba continues to rank among the fastest-growing companies in the U.S. on respected lists such as Deloitte Technology 500, the Red Herring Global 100 and Inc. 5000.

“I am thrilled to be joining such an exciting and innovative company in a rapidly growing market,” said Julie Roy. “We have an amazing track record of working with some of the world’s leading organizations, and I’m looking forward to expanding our footprint and bringing even more value to our clients”.

Prior to joining Kyriba, Roy served as VP Marketing and member of the executive team at Cornerstone OnDemand, a SaaS talent management vendor, where she built the marketing department from the ground up and contributed to the ten-fold growth that led to the company’s highly successful IPO in March 2011. Before Cornerstone, Roy built and ran EMEA marketing at InStranet, a spin-off of Business Objects that was acquired by Salesforce in 2008.