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Tue, 13 September 2016

Mike Cowles Joins Rainmaker as CCO

A seasoned software and IT executive with nearly two decades of experience in leading strategic growth initiatives for software and services companies, Mike Cowles has been appointed as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) of The Rainmaker Group, a provider of revenue and profit optimization solutions to the gaming/hospitality and multifamily housing industries.

A results-driven senior leader with proven expertise in driving performance for SaaS and cloud computing providers, Cowles has a strong track record in technology innovation, building high performing teams, growing business lines, and managing organizations through strategic change.

Cowles began his career as a technology consultant with Andersen Consulting (Accenture). Prior to joining Rainmaker, he served as senior vice president and general manager of U.S. financial services for SAP, and before that he spent 14 years in various leadership roles with Ariba, most recently as senior vice president and general manager of North America.

Based at Rainmaker's corporate office in Alpharetta, Georgia, Cowles holds both a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Florida.

"In light of our recent growth trajectory, we are truly excited to have a professional of Mike's caliber join the Rainmaker team," said President, Tammy Farley. "With his vast experience and proven success in the technology sector, he has earned great respect in the industry. We are confident that his extraordinary leadership skills and laser focus on results will be of great benefit during this time of growth and opportunity in the market, and will help take us to the next level."

With over 200 employees in North America, the company has achieved a three-year growth rate of 86%, and promises to continue that trend in 2016.

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