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Blackbaud Appoints New President


Nonprofit accounting software maker Blackbaud Inc. has named Michael Gianoni president and chief executive officer, effective January 13, 2014, replacing interim president Anthony Boor.

Gianoni will also join the Blackbaud board of directors, while Boor will continue to serve as chief financial officer and senior vice president, finance and administration.

Gianoni most recently served as executive vice president and group president, Financial Institutions Group at Fiserv Inc., a global provider of financial services technology solutions. He was also president of the Investment Services division at Fiserv, where he was responsible for product, technology, sales, finance, operations and strategy.

Gianoni joined Fiserv as part of its acquisition of CheckFree, where he was as EVP executive and general manager of CheckFree Investment Services.

“It is a privilege to join the Blackbaud team at such an exciting time in the company’s growth,” said Gianoni. “Blackbaud has a rich history of supporting the missions of nonprofit organizations, and I look forward to further extending the company’s contributions to this vital sector and building on its track record of success.”


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