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Ellie Mae Appoints Dan Madden As CFO

Ellie Mae (ELLI), Wednesday said it has appointed Dan Madden as executive vice president and Chief Financial Officer, effective December 20.

Madden will be reporting to Jonathan Corr, Ellie Mae's President and CEO.

Madden currently serves as Chief Financial Officer for Revel Systems, a cloud-based POS platform, where he leads the growing organization's finance team. Prior to joining Revel, Dan was the Chief Financial Officer at Cepheid, a publicly traded leading molecular diagnostics company, and VP Finance & Corporate Controller at Symmetricom, where he led the company's finance, accounting and investor relations functions.

"Ellie Mae is leading the industry as we drive toward our mission of providing the true digital mortgage to lenders of all sizes," said Jonathan Corr, president and CEO, Ellie Mae. "Dan's extensive financial, operational and strategic experience coupled with his knowledge of technology and SaaS businesses will be a huge asset to Ellie Mae as we continue to grow. We look forward to having Dan's leadership and expertise on our team."

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