PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FATHOMTM Water Management, Inc. (“FATHOM”), the leading software-as-a-service provider for water utilities, today announced the hiring of Amanda Nevins as the company’s new chief financial officer. Nevins will lead the company’s financial operations out of FATHOM’s Austin office and drive growth and scale operations.
Nevins holds over 25 years of experience in accounting and finance in a variety of executive leadership positions and has a longstanding track record of delivering growth. Nevins is joining FATHOM from CSID, a cyber-security software firm where she held the position of chief financial officer. At CSID, Amanda helped grow the company and ushered the sale of CSID to Experian for $360 million last April.
Prior to CSID, she was the Chief Financial Officer – U.S. group of Rackspace, where she led the finance functions for several corporate and division groups. Prior to Rackspace, Nevins was with Zappos.com in a variety of roles, most recently as chief accounting officer. At Zappos.com she was responsible for growing and managing finance, accounting, tax, treasury, logistics, SEC reporting, and SAP systems. Amanda completed the due diligence and assisted in the landmark sale of Zappos.com to Amazon.com in 2009 for more than one billion dollars.
“Amanda is an excellent addition to our executive team – we’re proud to have her at the reins of FATHOM’s finances,” said Trevor Hill, CEO of FATHOM. ‘‘Her expertise in growing corporate revenue will help solidify FATHOM’s place as the leading water utility software provider and further the reach of our solutions in the marketplace.’’
“It’s an honor to be joining FATHOM at such a significant time for smart infrastructure solutions,” Nevins said. “I’m excited to be working with the executive team to drive FATHOM’s business model and advance adoption of the smart grid for water.’’
Based in Phoenix, AZ with offices in Austin, TX and Alpharetta, GA, FATHOM is a software-as-a-service company helping water utilities do more with declining resources. With rapidly deployable, risk-free, cloud-based solutions that address all aspects of the meter-to-cash verticals for water utilities, FATHOM increases revenue, decreases costs and delights customers. FATHOM was built by a water utility, for water utilities and delivers a risk-free solution to more than 150 water utilities and partners around the world. There is strength in numbers. To learn more, visit www.gwfathom.com.