DENVER (PRWEB) March 10, 2006 –-
CacheMatrix Holdings, LLC, a leading provider of institutional money market fund trading technology to banks, today announced the appointment of Matt Crooks as Chief Technology Officer.
In this role, Crooks will be responsible for oversight of all technology development efforts at CacheMatrix. He will also determine the company’s strategic technology direction, and lead coordination of all project management and client delivery/implementation efforts.
Prior to joining CacheMatrix, Crooks worked at both Berger Financial Group and Janus, Inc. At Berger, he was the Director of e-Service, Project Management and Business Analysis, where he led the development of new Web site trading functionality; sales commission systems; mutual fund consolidations; company wide vendor management; and numerous other projects.
At Janus, Crooks was the Vice President of e-Service/Business Projects, and was instrumental in sponsoring, managing and implementing numerous projects. During his tenure, he led more than $20 million worth of development projects, and oversaw all Transfer Agency project management and vendor management.
"Matt Crooks brings 15 years of executive level experience to CachMatrix, and we are thrilled to have him leading our firm’s technology development,” said CacheMatrix Founder and CEO George Hagerman. “He has a passion for project success, and his unique blend of information technology, project management and operations experience will serve our clients well.”
About CacheMatrix, LLC
CacheMatrix provides a turnkey portal technology enabling banks and other financial services firms to offer its corporate treasury clients one-stop access traders a choice of institutional money market funds and a convenient, single-source platform for managing them, including access to comprehensive analysis, online trading, and account management. For more information, visit http://www.cachematrix.com.