CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Jan. 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Lexumo, the expert in Open Source Software security for Internet of Things (IoT), embedded systems, and application development today announced the appointment of Rich Stoller as Vice President of Operations. Mr. Stoller is an expert in finance, business development, and sales operations with extensive experience with early-stage, venture backed companies. He will be joining Steve Roge (announced today - see https://www.lexumo.com/company/news/lexumo-names-steve-roge-as-chief-revenue-officer/) to drive Lexumo's go to market effort.
"Lexumo is engaged with multiple strategic partners, growing our sales pipeline and determining our finance strategy", said Dan McCall, CEO at Lexumo. "Rich is the perfect person to manage this complex set of interconnected opportunities and I couldn't be more excited at the chance to work with him again."
Mr. Stoller has more than 15 years of finance, operating, and M&A experience in enterprise software, SaaS and mobile technology. He joins Lexumo from digital promotions provider SavingStar, where he served as VP, Finance and Treasurer. Prior to SavingStar, Mr. Stoller served as Senior Director of Finance at Virtual Computer where he played a key role in the company's acquisition by Citrix Systems. Over his career he has held several senior finance and operating roles at various startups, including Exit41, Pegasus Satellite Television and iBasis, where he helped in the company's IPO. Mr. Stoller holds an MBA from Babson College and a BBA from the University of Massachusetts.
Lexumo secures the world's open source software. Our cloud-based service enables developers to securely adopt the best open source available — so they can ship great products faster. Lexumo uses "Big Code" analytics to precisely identify critical vulnerabilities without the inaccuracies associated with legacy open source software (OSS) governance solutions, even when code has previously been modified or patched.
Built on a massively-scalable, AWS-based cloud stack, Lexumo's service integrates with existing developer workflows (Jenkins, Jira, etc.); provides actionable information in the form of detailed patching instructions; and continuously monitors your code for vulnerabilities without requiring any developer interaction.
For more information, visit https://www.lexumo.com.