Seven Networks Appoints Mark Harris as CFO
Oct 30, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Seven Networks, a provider of mobile solutions that manage smartphone signaling and data traffic on wireless networks, announced Mark Harris as the company's new chief financial officer, reporting to Ross Bott, president and CEO at Seven.
According to a release, in this position, Harris will be responsible for the overall financial direction of the company, providing operational and programmatic support for all strategic and tactical financial matters within the company as well as supervising the finance unit. Harris brings more than 25 years of international financial experience with public and private companies.
Seven is known for Open Channel, a mobile traffic management solution that gives mobile carriers visibility into application traffic directly on the device, allowing them to avoid signaling storms before they even reach the network. Open Channel can cut network access requests by up to 40 percent without affecting the user experience by eliminating unnecessary and redundant network traffic caused by chatty mobile apps that oftentimes request network connections when no updates are available.
"We're excited to welcome Mark to our team here at Seven for he is going to be a critical asset to the growth and development of our mobile software and service businesses," said Ross Bott, President and CEO of Seven. "With Mark's financial expertise deeply rooted in the computer software industry, he'll be a great fit for us and the company's future growth."
Prior to joining Seven, Harris served as chief financial officer at Nimsoft, where he played a key role in growing bookings by more than 700 percent while the company delivered six successive quarters of positive cash flow. Harris has held various CFO and financial management positions in telecoms and banking where his focus has been on the improvement of corporate disciplines, reporting processes and practices.
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