Donuts continues to gobble up fresh talent as it moves to take a more solid position in the emerging market for generic top-level domains. The company announced today that Jeff deCillia has been appointed to the position of CFO, reporting to CEO Paul Stahura.
“Jeff’s talent and experience with high-growth technology companies fits perfectly with our significant financial position and our board’s optimism about Donuts’ long-term performance. Our prospects are growing, and the resources needed to manage them are expanding accordingly,” Stahura said in a statement.
deCillia previously served as CFO of INRIX, the Kirkland-based provide of traffic navigation technologies. Before that, he served as CFO of PivotLink Corp. and Captaris. INRIX, which has been discussed as a potential IPO candidate, named Saul Gates, the former senior vice president of finance and chief accounting officer at Coinstar, as CFO back in December.
Kevin Wilson, who served as the founding CFO at Donuts, will remain at the Bellevue-based company as vice president of finance.
Donuts has raised more than $100 million in funding, cash it plans to use to to take control of domain name extensions like .academy, .auction, .baby, .baseball, .bingo, .credit, .dentist, .gold, .golf, .pizza, .poker, .rugby, .spa and others.