President and CEO
Michael Rogalski is a software and services executive with a focus on delivering stellar client service and business growth in financial services and regulated industries. He joined Doxim from EPIQ, a worldwide provider of legal services, helping financial institutions and government agencies, law firms, and corporations streamline the administration of business operations. Rogalski held the position of President of the Legal Solutions Group and led the sales and growth strategy. Prior to that, he was Group President of the Wealth and Retirement Division within Fidelity National Information Services (FIS), a global leader in financial services technology. During his time with FIS, Rogalski lead the combined Wealth and Retirement business for FIS, including sales, development, product management, and marketing. Earlier in his career, Rogalski spent 17 years at Automatic Data Processing (ADP) in positions of increased responsibility in Accounting & Finance, Sales, M&A, Operations, and General Management serving as the CFO of ADP’s National Accounts Division and the Senior Vice President and General Manager of ADP’s Comprehensive Outsourcing Business. Mike holds an undergraduate degree in Accounting from the University De Paul University, and an MBA from the University of Michigan.
Chief Financial Officer
Patrick is Doxim’s Chief Financial Officer and is responsible for all financial and corporate matters of the company. Patrick brings 25 years of finance experience focused on strategic growth, capital raising for both private and public companies, and M&A. Patrick has served as the Chief Financial Officer for a number of technology companies including GuestLogix Inc., Spectra7 Microsystems, and ATX Incorporated. Patrick also has held executive and senior level positions with Merrill Lynch & Co. and Rockwater Capital Corporation. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA) and a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and holds both a BA and MAcc from the University of Waterloo.
Chief Revenue Officer
Mike leads a team of world-class sales, customer success and business development professionals focused on delivering measurable value for Doxim’s clients across North America. A SaaS veteran, he specializes in delivering scalable, sustainable revenue for high growth B2B software companies, and has built diverse go-to-market strategies that delivered 30-120% in annual growth. Most recently, Mike was the North American GM for ScribbleLive. Before that, he was the VP of North American Sales for 7-Inc., a California-based company providing customer experience software to the Fortune 500. Mike holds an MBA from Queen’s University, a Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing Communications from Seneca College and a Bachelor’s Degree from Mount Allison University.
Chief People Officer
Jennifer is Doxim’s Chief People Officer, focused on delivering groundbreaking HR solutions. As the leader of Doxim’s People Strategy, she is fostering an engaged, collaborative, and results-oriented culture to drive business value through leadership, attracting and retaining the best talent. A dynamic thought leader, Jennifer has spent the past 20 years leading Communities of Practice within HR including: talent strategy, culture transformation, innovative leadership development, diversity and inclusion, change management, organizational health, and HR analytics. She is a ICF Executive Coach and holds a MBA in Executive Management.
Chief Corporate Development Officer
At Doxim, Chris oversees all corporate development initiatives, M&A, and integration. Throughout his 25-year career, Chris has held various leadership positions in the technology industry as a founder, investor, board member, advisor, and buyer at HP, Quadravision (acquired by RR Donnelly), FMP, Enbala, Deloitte, Axiom, Sterner Automation, KPMG, Constellation Software, and other organizations.
Senior Vice President, Product Management
Greg Fenton is the Senior Vice President of Product Management at Doxim. His key focus is on leading the product management team in representing the Voice Of The Customer, and in developing the vision and roadmaps for Doxim’s product portfolio. Greg has been involved in all aspects of enterprise application development, successful deployments, and integrations for over 20 years. In prior leadership roles, Greg led teams of product managers and industry analysts across North America and Europe to deliver world-class business solutions for financial services and regulated industries. Greg holds a bachelor of Mathematics in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo, and a bachelor of Education from the University of Western Ontario.
Senior Vice President, Engineering
Mei Dent leads the Doxim engineering team to successfully execute and deliver on all aspects of the product development lifecycle. In addition to driving product development best practices and contributing strategically to the development of the company’s products and quality initiatives, Mei provides coaching and mentorship to the existing engineering team while continuing to build out the team as we grow. Mei joined Doxim from OpenText Corporation, where she held the position of Vice President, Research and Development and pioneered the first multi-tenant SaaS offering, and brings over 25 years of experience in leading design and delivery of enterprise software. Mei is an excellent coach and mentor that builds a culture of trust, innovation and high performance within the global and distributed organization. She holds a Master of Science in Computer Science from the University of Western.
Senior Vice President, US Operations
Renee Durre joined Allison Payment Systems (now Doxim) in 2006. She served as the company’s Controller for 7 years and then became the Company’s Chief Operating Officer in 2013. Renee began her career in public accounting after obtaining her CPA license. She worked for Arthur Andersen from 1997-2000 where she focused on International taxation and consulting. From 2000-2003, Renee joined Proctor and Gamble in their International Tax Department. In 2003, Renee moved into the Financial Controllership role at OmniSource, a scrap metal company, for 3 years. In her time with APS, a Doxim company, Renee has been instrumental in bringing in newer manufacturing technology in the Company’s efforts to move towards White Paper Operations. Renee holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Wright State University and an MBA from the University of Cincinnati. She maintains an Active CPA license. In her free time, Renee enjoys most any activity outdoors and spending time with her family.
Vice President, Marketing
As the VP, Demand Marketing, Olga is responsible for telling the story of innovation Doxim brings to the industry and for driving Doxim's customer-centric marketing strategy. She spent the past 15 years immersed in marketing and technology, leading collaborative teams that bring exceptional products to the market. Prior to Doxim, Olga held marketing and strategy leadership positions at companies of all sizes, from startups to Fortune 500, including Telmetrics, Actuate (acquired by OpenText), and JVL, helping growing B2B software companies scale their business and elevate marketing practices. Olga holds an MBA from the Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California, an Honors Master's degree in Finance, and an Honors Bachelor's degree in Economics and International Management. Olga is a regular contributor to industry media, covering topics in marketing, financial services, productivity, and work management.
Vice President, Customer Success
As the VP of Customer Success, Janet is responsible for the satisfaction, loyalty, and advocacy of Doxim customers. Janet has over 25 years’ experience in technology leadership helping a diverse list of organizations from small business to Fortune 100 customers with their digital transformation journey. Prior to Doxim, Janet held leadership roles at D2L and OpenText, helping drive business transformation initiatives, GTM strategy and global communications. Janet holds an Honour BES from the University of Waterloo, completed International Studies at Oxford Brookes University, and is a certified adult educator. Janet is a youth mentor and gives back to her community as a Toastmasters chapter volunteer.
Director, Strategic Initiatives
Nallanie’s responsibility is to help Doxim grow by ensuring financial and operational viability and championing business behaviors to deliver on our strategy. Nallanie is a technology and business visionary with extensive theoretical and hands-on experience in leading large-scale IT and business projects. Nallanie comes with an accounting certificate, B.Sc. in Computer Sciences, a Herriot Watt MBA, and is PMP certified.
Vice President Sales, Financial Services, North America
Senior Executive Leader with a demonstrated 25 year history of delivering results in the CCM (Customer Communications Management) industry, primarily focused on the Financial Services space. A customer-centric partner with exceptional relationship-building skills and a commitment to helping identify opportunities and articulating solutions that deliver results. Focused on improving customer experience, driving operational effectiveness and cost optimization with enhanced customer communications that leverage digital technologies. Track-record of delivering rapid sales growth, developing and leading teams, guiding overall business strategy and product development, P&L responsibility and organizational leadership.
Vice President Sales Financial Services, North America
With close to 15 years of industry experience, Sean Kennelly brings a wealth of technical know-how to Doxim. During his career, he has led both Managed and Professional Services teams, and been involved in Project and Product Management, as well as in many consultative sales initiatives. Sean was heavily involved in the design and planning of Doxim CRM and Doxim Loan Origination, and this experience informs his vision around lending and customer experience strategy. As Doxim's VP of Sales for Financial Services, Sean leads an experienced team as they identify the right solutions for the complex problems faced by today's FIs .