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LeaseQuery Adds ‘Serial Operator’ as Chief Operating Officer

June 07, 2019, 07:15 AM

LeaseQuery, a provider of lease accounting software, announced Joe Schab has joined the company as Chief Operating Officer. Schab will be running day-to-day operations as the company continues its rapid growth and expansion.

“Joe brings a wealth of experience in helping scale companies quickly, efficiently and profitably,” said George Azih, LeaseQuery founder and Chief Executive Officer. “The company grew more than 700 percent last year. Having someone with Joe’s depth of experience will enable us to further accelerate that growth.”

“This is an exciting opportunity to join LeaseQuery at such a pivotal time,” Schab said. “The product’s market fit, combined with ideal market timing has resulted in spectacular growth. We solve a big problem for accountants by helping them adopt new standards – and the company has been rewarded with phenomenal sales and organizational growth. We have grown to more than 125 dedicated professionals, and we expect to double in size over the next year.”

Schab is a “serial operator,” having served founders, investors and entrepreneurs as their companies transitioned from startup to full-fledged, high-growth entities. Previously, Schab served as President of Cardlytics (CDLX), the leading purchase intelligence platform. There, he was responsible for the company’s operations, product, technology, and analytics functions. Schab also served as president of PlayOn Sports, and was Managing Director of LBi (now DigitasLBi).

Schab will take responsibility for LeaseQuery’s software implementations, customer solutions, operations, finance, administrative and service organizations. Schab will be responsible for the alignment and prioritizations of LeaseQuery’s investments and ensuring operational excellence across the company.

Schab has a master of business administration degree from the Goizueta School of Business at Emory University and a bachelor of science degree from Northeastern University.

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