Company adds proven sales leaders to meet rising customer demand for SaaS-based financial analytics solution
StatPro Inc., a global provider of portfolio analysis and asset valuation software for investment professionals, today announced the expansion of its North American sales team with the addition of Holli McCaffery and David Meister. Both McCaffery and Meister bring years of finance and technology experience to StatPro from leading companies such as Morningstar, Thomson Reuters and Globalcom.
Holli McCaffery joins StatPro as a business development manager focused on expanding the company’s customer base and generating sales of StatPro’s portfolio analysis solutions. Prior to joining StatPro, McCaffery served as vice president of sales for Binary Investment Research, and worked as an account executive and senior relationship manager for Thomson Reuters. She holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of New Hampshire.
David Meister also joins StatPro as a business development manager with a focus on new customer development. Prior to joining StatPro, Meister served as business development associate, account executive and account manager for Morningstar, where he worked with customers in banking, mutual funds and pension funds in both the U.S. and Canada. He also served as an account executive with Globalcom in Chicago. Meister holds a B.A. in History from the University of Illinois.
The StatPro platform is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)-based solution that integrates portfolio analysis with market, classification and index data. It enables easy access to performance measurement, attribution analysis, risk management, governance, compliance reporting and more – all from a single interface.
“Holli and David both have successful track records as sales professionals in the financial industry,” said Simon Stillwell, Director of Sales for StatPro North America. “Their finance experience, technical knowledge and industry contacts make them an ideal fit for executing our vision to deliver SaaS-based solutions to customers throughout the U.S.”