Q2ebanking, a US provider of secure electronic services for banks and credit unions, has selected Mark E Johnson as the company’s new chief financial officer.
Johnson will directly report to Matt Flake, Q2ebanking’s CEO and president, and be responsible for managing all aspects of the company’s finance, human resources, legal and compliance departments.
Apart from this, he will also provide leadership and guidance to Q2ebanking’s parent holding company, CBG Holdings, the firm said.
Q2ebanking CEO and president Matt Flake said appointment of seasoned executive managers helped the growing business of Q2ebanking.
"Mark has experience leading organizations during times of great expansion, and we know his strong background and enthusiasm will further drive Q2ebanking’s current momentum," Flake said.
Before joining Q2ebanking, Johnson was acting as the CFO for SumTotal Systems, a strategic human capital management (HCM) software company providing cloud-based systems to manage the full employee lifecycle.
He has also worked as vice president and business unit CFO at BMC Software, a business service management software provider.
Johnson commented, "I look forward to contributing to the company’s future success as it continues to serve its clients and the overall marketplace."