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Former Oracle CFO Joins Intacct Board

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Former Oracle chief financial officer Jeff Epstein has joined the board of directors at cloud-accounting and financial management product maker Intacct.

Jeff Epstein

Epstein is currently an operating partner at Intacct investor Bessemer Venture Partners as well as a senior advisor at Oak Hill Capital partners.

As CFO of Oracle he was responsible for all finance operations, as well as tax, treasury, real estate, investor relations, audit, and customer leasing. Prior to Oracle, Epstein served as the CFO of several public and private companies including DoubleClick, King World Productions, and Nielsen's Media Measurement and Information Group.

“Cloud financials are a disruptive force in the largest sector of the software industry, and Intacct is a company on an incredible growth path within that space,” said Epstein. “My background as a CFO offers a great foundation to provide a different point of view than the other Board Members and should serve the company well. I'm excited to have the opportunity to work with the Intacct executive team to help steer the company's high-level corporate strategy.”

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