Accumulus Corporation provides the industry’s most innovative subscription commerce management solutions to accelerate growth of online and cloud-based businesses. Accumulus automates and manages subscription signups, activations, recurring billing and payments with the industry’s most easy to use and innovative subscription commerce management solutions. With the Accumulus system, clients are able to more effectively build and manage their customer relationships by decreasing administrative complexity and costs of managing the complete subscription commerce lifecycle. For more information, email email@example.com, call +1 503.770.0265 or visit www.accumulus.com.
Christian Dreke comes to Accumulus with over fourteen years of experience designing and architecting scalable distributed systems working for companies such as Microsoft and Intel. He brings with him a deep understanding of service oriented architectures, cloud computing, and enterprise information technologies. Before joining Accumulus, he co-founded an early SaaS company targeted at the SMB market. He is also the author of several patents and holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from the University of Virginia.
Gregory Kim has extensive subscription billing experience having worked in the Internet billing industry for thirteen years. Previously, he was a cofounder of Inovaware Corporation, a company specializing in Internet billing software solutions. He served as the first president of the company and was a key architect of the software system sold by the company. His deep domain expertise uniquely qualifies him to guide the company to deliver the next generation cloud based billing platform.
Scott Fournier joined Accumulus in 2009. Previously he served as CFO to a variety of companies and was a trusted advisor to early and later stage global technology clients during his tenure at Silicon Valley Bank. Prior to SVB, Scott managed payment collection and marketing business units at a $100 million resort developer where he helped design one of the first check debiting tools. He has led business development for a start-up finance company and co-managed a subprime consumer finance company. Scott serves on the Oregon Entrepreneur Network Entrepreneurial Services Committee, business plan review subcommittee, and the Pub Talk subcommittee. He has earned an MBA (finance concentration) from the Lundquist College of Business at the University of Oregon and a BBA in management (with honors) from Texas Tech University.