Today Bill.com, a leading provider of cloud-based software that simplifies, digitizes, and automates complex back-office financial operations, announced that software executive Allison Mnookin has joined the company’s board of directors. Leveraging her experience, she will support the company as it innovates and simplifies legacy paper-based financial processes through automation.
“I’m delighted to welcome Allison to the Bill.com board of directors”
“I’m delighted to welcome Allison to the Bill.com board of directors,” said Bill.com CEO Renė Lacerte. “She brings extensive software experience from leading companies focused on small and midsize businesses. Her depth of experience gives her a strong understanding of how businesses have transformed their software technology stack into a strategic asset. This will serve the board and the company well as we continue to grow and expand back-office financial operations automation for millions of small and midsize businesses.”
Allison brings two decades of experience as a technology executive for high-growth cloud and business software companies. She most recently served as CEO of Quick Base Inc., a provider of online application software, formerly a division of Intuit, Inc. At Quick Base, she was responsible for setting the business strategy that served a client base of more than 500,000 business subscribers, including usage by more than 50 percent of the Fortune 100 companies.
Prior to Quick Base, she held several leadership positions at Intuit, including as a general manager in Intuit’s small business division where she was responsible for leading a portfolio of Intuit’s business products, including QuickBooks. She was also instrumental in the early formation and growth of Quicken Loans. Before this, she held several sales and marketing positions with Oracle Corporation.
Allison is currently a Senior Lecturer of Business Administration in the Technology and Operations Management Unit at Harvard Business School. She has served on several boards including financial advisory services company LPL Financial Holdings, Inc., Quick Base, Inc. (after its divestiture from Intuit), and SaaS fleet management provider Fleetmatics Group PLC.