My Digital Office Expands Executive Team With Chief Revenue Officer, Chief Technology Officer, and Executive Vice President of Operations

Key Appointments Support New Phase of Growth in Hotel Information Management Technology

USA, Washington, D.C. January 14, 2020

myDigitalOffice, the hotel information management and back-office automation platform for sourcing, processing and storing hotel data in the cloud, today announced the company has hired three new executives as the company continues to grow and expand its offerings.

Matt Curry has joined as Chief Revenue Officer, Sudhir Menon will serve as Chief Technology Officer, and Amy Maloney will serve as EVP of Operations. These key appointments follow rapid growth that saw myDigitalOffice's customer base expand from 700 to 2,000 properties, a corresponding jump from 1,500 to over 5,000 users, and a workforce expansion from 20 to 100 during the 2019 calendar year. That growth reflects myDigitalOffice's status as the Best Hotel Accounting and Finance Software for 2020, according to the HotelTechAwards. It also helped myDigitalOffice attract $4 million in Series A funding that was announced in September.

Curry has extensive experience in creating new revenue streams for emerging solutions and markets. He brings a 15-year track record of consistently generating sizeable revenue contributions to hospitality and travel companies, with a focus on group meetings and events, hotel revenue management, and business intelligence. Previously, Curry served as the Global Head of Sales at Rainmaker, a market leader in revenue management software, recently acquired by Cendyn, where he exceeded the company's annual revenue goals. At myDigitalOffice, Curry will be responsible for revenue operations, retention, and growth, leading Sales, Marketing, and Customer Success.

Menon is an experienced software architect and engineer with over three decades of experience. Prior to joining myDigitalOffice, Menon worked at Hilton for over 25 years, where he held multiple positions ranging from senior architect to Vice President for designing, building, and globalizing OnQ, Hilton's hospitality platform. At myDigitalOffice, Menon will be responsible for product engineering, further development of the company's information management platform, continuous technology improvement, and cloud security.

Maloney brings over 25 years of expertise in customer success, support, deployment, product management, engineering, and data science, with nearly 16 of those in hospitality revenue management software. She comes to myDigitalOffice from Rainmaker, a Cendyn company, where she served in many leadership roles growing the company from startup to market leadership. Most recently, she served as the Head of Product and Engineering, with responsibility for overall product strategy, innovation, development, and operations. As EVP of Operations at myDigitalOffice, she will be responsible for developing and executing the company's business plans and leading operations.

"Every hotelier today is facing information management challenges caused by the proliferation of varying PMS and CRS systems, paper- and printing- based processes, the mobility of the workforce, and the widespread need for compliance. That provides infinite opportunities for the myDigitalOffice platform," said Ali Moloo, myDigitalOffice founder and CEO. "Matt, Sudhir, and Amy are proven leaders in the hospitality industry with expertise in hotel back-office software. Their experience at high-growth companies will help us build the right structure, processes, and strategy to take full advantage of those opportunities, and allow myDigitalOffice to continue to expand our work delivering transformative solutions for our customers."

myDigitalOffice is one of the fastest-growing companies in the emerging hospitality tech landscape, and has seen rapid adoption of its award-winning data visualization dashboard, paperless night audit product, and digital document management solution over the last two years. Founded in 2016, myDigitalOffice solutions are now used at more than 2,000 hotels across the United States and Canada to bring efficiency to the back office, analyze consolidated hotel portfolios, and collaborate across departments and teams.

Request a personalized demo of myDigitalOffice hotel information management and back-office automation solutions at https://mydigitaloffice.com/contact/.


Matt Curry has joined myDigitalOffice as its Chief Revenue Officer.
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Serenity Thompson
Head of Marketing
myDigitalOffice
T: 415-846-6957
E: serenity@mydigitaloffice.com
W: https://mydigitaloffice.com/

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