Finastrahas announced that Eli Rosner has joined the firm as Chief Product and Technology Officer. Eli is responsible for global product and technology strategy.
Eli brings more than 25 years of industry experience to the role at Finastra. He joins from NCR Corporation where he served as CTO and Head of Product Management. Based in London, Eli will lead a global team of strategy and product managers, enterprise architects, data scientists and software engineers. He’ll help to shape the company’s vision as it focuses on making the future of finance open, driving innovation and collaboration across its ecosystem of customers, partners, and developer communities, with FusionFabric.cloud.
Nadeem Syed, CEO, Finastra said, “Drawing on his experience as a business leader, engineer and industry thought leader, Eli will provide fresh insights to our technology priorities as we help the industry make the leap to platform and open banking. In this new era, staying ahead of the latest market and technology trends is more important than ever and crucial in driving our FusionFabric.cloud platform for innovation forward.”
During his time at NCR, Eli was responsible for driving the company’s transformation from a hardware and services provider to a global leader in platform, data and solutions for financial services, retail and hospitality. He led a global product and technology team of over 3,000 employees, and was responsible for product management and software solutions across all segments. Prior to this, he was Chief Business Delivery Officer at Solera Holding Company, where he optimized the portfolio and led projects to modernize products and converge to a common platform.
Eli said, “I’m really inspired by Finastra’s vision to open up the future of finance and drive innovation across the ecosystem. I look forward to leading the company’s continued investment in the unique FusionFabric.cloud platform on behalf of customers and partners.”
Eli will report directly to Finastra CEO, Nadeem Syed. He holds degrees in Civil Engineering and Computer Science from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, Israel.