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SaaS Integration Leader Bedrock Data Announces 2016 Growth Milestones, Opens 2017 with Key Executive Hire to Continue Momentum

Seasoned Financial and Operations Leader, Amy Spurling, Joins Bedrock Data as Chief Operating Officer (COO) to Scale Company with Operational Excellence

BOSTON, Jan. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Bedrock Data™, the world's leader in automated cloud integrations, today announced record growth in 2016, a year of cutting edge product innovation and strategic partnership development. The company more than doubled its annual recurring revenue (ARR) over the past year. Building on this momentum, to scale the company and continue to accelerate growth, Bedrock Data announced that Amy Spurling has been named to the newly created position of Chief Operating Officer (COO), reporting directly to Bedrock Data CEO, Thor Johnson.

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Bedrock Data's 2016 accomplishments included:

"This was indeed a momentous year of success for Bedrock Data and its hundreds of customers.  We pioneer and lead the SaaS platform integration space with thousands of cloud system integration combinations, easily configured, economically deployed and simply managed in one place. Our numbers speak for themselves. Revenue has doubled. Average ARR per customer is up," said Johnson. "This success underscores our fervent belief in staying close to our customers and business partners, understanding their needs today and into the future, and making continued investments in product innovation to support their requirements." 

Johnson continued, "With great pleasure, we welcome Amy to our growing executive team. She stands among our industry's most highly respected and accomplished financial and operations professionals. We look forward to working with Amy in this exciting year ahead as we continue to grow and drive towards our next funding round."  

"I am excited to step into this new role and look forward to working with the truly exceptional Bedrock Data team to build on its incredible success and help accelerate the company's growth trajectory," said Spurling.

Spurling is a respected operations and financial professional, with over 15 years of leadership experience in strategic planning, international expansion, finance and accounting, human resources, corporate governance and risk management. During her career, she has closed nine rounds of financing totaling more than $200M, and managed two acquisitions to close with values ranging from 10-30x revenue. 

Prior to Bedrock Data, Spurling was COO and CFO at Jana Mobile. While at Jana Mobile, Spurling was named CFO of the Year 2016 by Boston Business Journal, after raising $77M in financing in her first nine months, reorganizing operations in three key international markets, and helping to direct marketing and talent retention.

Prior to Jana, Spurling served as CFO for both Backupify and EXOS. Earlier, she managed the acquisition of Maven Networks by Yahoo!. Spurling earned her Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the Simmons School of Management.

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About Bedrock Data
Bedrock Data provides the leading product to connect, clean and continuously synchronize multiple cloud systems in real-time. Bedrock Data connects multiple business applications while cleaning dirty data for improved team alignment, greater agility and a single view of the customer. By eliminating complex and expensive system integrations, Bedrock Data's common-sense approach speeds and simplifies cloud connections for hundreds of its customers worldwide. For more information, please visit www.BedrockData.com.

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