Robert DiMaggio appointed Chief Product Officer; William Mueller appointed Chief Financial Officer; Matthew Wolniewicz appointed Chief Revenue Officer
PITTSBURGH, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — fi360, an organization that provides training programs and software to help clients gather, grow, and protect assets through better investment and business decision-making, announced today it has promoted Robert DiMaggio to Chief Product Officer and hired William Mueller as Chief Financial Officer and Matthew Wolniewicz as Chief Revenue Officer.
Mr. DiMaggio originally joined fi360 in May 2013 as Vice President of Integration and Data Analytics. In that role, he made significant contributions to the implementation and use of client, institutional, and financial data across fi360’s software applications. In his new role, he is responsible for strategy and oversight of all fi360 products.
His previous experience includes big data management and processing, as well as diverse entrepreneurial experience building complex web applications. Mr. DiMaggio holds an MBA from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor’s degree in electrical and computer engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.
Mr. Mueller is responsible for the firm’s financial and accounting operations, as well as analyzing financial metrics and directing corporate strategy.
He joins fi360 after spending over 10 years at Renda Broadcasting Corporation, where he served as Vice President and CFO. Prior to RBC, Mr. Mueller worked at Entigo Corporation and ServiceWare, now known as Knova, both software and service providers. Mr. Mueller holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame and an MBA from the Wharton School at theUniversity of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Wolniewicz will be responsible for building and maintaining a high performance sales organization in order to further fi360’s growth and meet its business objectives.
He was most recently Head of Sales, Global Advisor and Wealth Management Solutions at Morningstar, Inc. where he served as the executive business development leader of Morningstar’s largest segment, driving revenue and overseeing 84 team members. Before his seven years at Morningstar, Mr. Wolniewicz held positions at Travelex, a commercial foreign exchange company, and at Pitney Bowes, a provider of technology solutions to companies.
“These appointments come at an exciting time for the company, which has grown significantly through recent acquisitions and new collaborations,” said Blaine Aikin, CEO of fi360. “All three bring invaluable experience and expertise to their newfound roles and are important parts of fi360’s continued growth in the coming years.”