MX Taps Eric Fearday as its Executive VP of Worldwide Sales

Prior to joining MX, Mr. Fearday spent over fifteen years at leading business software companies, including SAP and Oracle.

MX, a fintech firm working with digital banking providers, has appointed Eric Fearday as its newest Executive Vice President (EVP) of Worldwide Sales and Partnerships, according to an MX statement.

MX offers a comprehensive offering of digital money management solutions – Mr. Fearday joins the group with immediate effect and will be tasked with helping to grow the group’s business capabilities following a lengthy tenure across a number of financial technology companies.

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Prior to joining MX, Mr. Fearday spent over fifteen years at leading business software companies, including SAP. This included stints as its Head of Worldwide Big Data Sales and overall strategy, as well as its Senior Vice President (SVP) and General Manager of Analytics.

He also worked at Oracle, having served exclusively in sales management, business intelligence, and analytics. His most recent stop has been at DataStax, dating back to late 2013.

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According to Ryan Caldwell, Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of MX in a recent statement on the appointment: “When it comes to guiding a highly successful startup through extreme accelerating growth toward a billion-dollar plus enterprise, Eric has one of the best track records in SaaS.”

Eric Fearday, EVP Sales and Partnerships, MX
Eric Fearday, EVP Sales and Partnerships, MX

“He has demonstrated his expertise in sales management, shares our intense ambition for accomplishing MX’s mission, and has the critical knowledge and experience to deliver substantial impact on the company as a whole. We are honored for Fearday to join the MX team. Eric will clearly help MX deliver even more value for our partners and clients.”

“We are entering a new era of innovation within financial services, and the changes we are going to see in the next five to ten years will be as profound to this industry as the pre- and post-electricity eras were to modern day life,” added Mr. Fearday in an accompanying statement.

“This is an extremely exciting time, and I feel very fortunate to be working on the leading edge of this disruption with MX and its executive team. This is an organization that is prime for great execution and immense impact as they’ve combined the right talent, with the right product, for the right industry.”

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