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BlackLine announces new chief customer officer

During her career, Lisa Schreiber has held roles at Oracle, Charles Schwab, Apple, and Bank of America

BlackLine, a developer of cloud-based services to automate and control the financial close process, has announced the appointment of Lisa Schreiber as chief customer officer at the group.

In the new role, Schreiber will be tasked with overseeing the firm’s strategic innovation, customer success, implementation, and support and training teams in a bid to transform the way finance and accounting departments work.

Schreiber will provide the accounting automation software company with a “360-degree view” of both customer and product insight from her experience on “both sides of the table”.

Marc Huffman, CEO at BlackLine, said: “We pride ourselves on always going the extra mile for our clients, and Lisa’s customer-first philosophy perfectly aligns with our culture of service, innovation, empathy and hands-on collaboration.

“Lisa will continue to enhance BlackLine’s deep commitment to guiding companies through strategic transformations by driving customer implementation, support and success functions to give our customers the best possible experience on their modern accounting journeys.”

Joining BlackLine from SaaS cybersecurity firm Forcepoint, Schreiber has gained over two decades of experience in enterprise software and SaaS throughout her career.

She has previously held management roles at Charles Schwab, Apple, and Bank of America, as well as spending 10 years in executive positions at Oracle.

She said: “BlackLine’s model for a customer-first approach stands out in the enterprise software market, and I look forward to continuing to guide customers to successful outcomes along their journeys to modern accounting.”

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