Razorleaf Announces Company’s First CFO
The new CFO has more than two decades of experience in accounting and finance positions in the software, manufacturing and engineering industries.
November 14, 2022
Razorleaf Corporation has appointed Joseph A. Stock as the company’s chief financial officer (CFO). Stock has more than two decades of experience in accounting and finance positions in the software, manufacturing and engineering industries.
“Joe’s expertise in all aspects of the financial side of technology and service-related businesses will be a great asset to us, going forward,” says Razorleaf CEO Eric Doubell. “We are at the point in our evolution where adding a CFO is important. This will ensure that our growth and expansion continue.”
In recent years, Razorleaf has opened offices in the U.K., Germany, The Netherlands and India. As manufacturing companies around the globe increasingly embrace digital transformation initiatives, there is a growing demand for the Product Lifecycle Management solutions that Razorleaf provides, including consulting, implementation, migration and integration.
“I joined Razorleaf to be part of something better, to help shape and guide the financial side of this growing software business,” says Stock. “I view Razorleaf as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and in my short time here, I know I made the right decision. From the get-go you can see how important the employees of Razorleaf, and the culture of the company are. I share those priorities and I am glad to be part of the Razorleaf team.”
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.