DURHAM — Spreedly is growing its C-suite.
Today, the Durham fintech startup, which provides cloud-based software infrastructure for payments, confirmed that it has added three new executives to its top brass.
Among them, Randy Guard is stepping up as its new chief marketing officer. He is the former executive vice president and chief marketing officer for SAS, and also served as the chairman of the advisory board for IDeaS, a SAS Company.
Dana Calder, who began her tenure with Spreedly as an account manager, will now serve as director of human resources.
Jillian Munro, meanwhile, is its chief technology officer (CTO). She was previously the head of technology for Fidelity Digital Assets where she led cybersecurity initiatives.
“As demand for the Spreedly platform continues to accelerate, it’s vital that we expand our leadership team to further strengthen our business,” said Justin Benson, Spreedly’s CEO, in a statement.
“I’m very pleased to add new executives with a history of proven results at scaling enterprise companies and a diverse range of experiences. We are exceptionally well-positioned to grow our leadership in the payments orchestration market.”
Last November, Spreedly, co-founded by Benson Nathaniel Talbott and Duff O’Melia back in 2011, raised $75 million in funding from Spectrum Equity.
Benson told WRAL TechWire at the time that he planned to double its workforce to north of 110 people by the end of thus year.
The firm was also looking to develop its product and expand into other markets like Europe and Latin America, specifically Mexico, Colombia and Brazil.
Today, “hundreds of customers worldwide” secure card data in our PCI-compliant vault, Spreedly said in its release.