Bridgewater-based Synchronoss Technologies Inc., a cloud, messaging, digital and IoT product provider, announced Thursday it has appointed David Clark as chief financial officer, effective immediately.
“On behalf of Synchronoss and its board of directors, I am excited to have David assume the role of CFO,” said Glenn Lurie, CEO and president of Synchronoss. “David has nearly 20 years of experience as a public company CFO, which included 15 years with companies in or related to the mobile industry. His deep domain, financial forecasting, accounting and capital markets experience will be tremendous assets for Synchronoss as we focus on executing on our strategic priorities.”
Clark recently joined the company as executive vice president of finance. He is replacing Lawrence Irving, who served as CFO since 2017. Irving, who is re-retiring, will serve as a consultant to ensure a smooth transition.
Prior to Synchronoss, Clark was CFO of The Meet Group. Before that, he was CFO of Nutrisystem and CFO of Claymont Steel. His first CFO role was at Suncom Wireless.
“I would also like to offer my sincere thanks to Larry Irving for the tremendous contributions he has made to Synchronoss over the years. His decision to return to the company last year was instrumental in leading us to a successful completion of our financial restatement process. I speak for everybody at Synchronoss when I wish Larry all the best in re-retirement,” Lurie said.
“I am excited to be the next CFO of Synchronoss. The company is a well-established market leader with significant expertise and long-lasting, strategic customer relationships. We have a clearly defined plan in place that we believe will enable Synchronoss to once again deliver strong top-line growth and meaningful profitability. I look forward to partnering with Glenn and the entire Synchronoss team to successfully execute on these objectives,” Clark said.