Philadelphia, PA – Qlik® today announced that Dennis Johnson has been promoted and appointed Chief Financial Officer, assuming the official role and title after serving in an interim basis for the past several months. As a member of the executive team, Dennis will be responsible for all financial planning, accounting and reporting functions. Dennis brings more than 20 years of financial and accounting experience in multiple industries to the role, and has served in various financial roles at Qlik since 2009, including Vice President of Finance and Director of Accounting and External Reporting. Prior to serving as interim CFO, Dennis was Qlik’s Senior Vice President, Finance and Chief Accounting Officer, responsible for financial reporting, tax, treasury, shared service operations, revenue recognition, finance operations, SEC reporting and internal audit.
“Dennis has made significant contributions to our planning and budgeting process this year, building on his stellar record in various roles throughout his nearly 10 years at Qlik,” said Mike Capone, Qlik CEO. “As Qlik grows and expands our products and services, it’s essential to have a strong leader heading our financial reporting and forecast teams. Dennis embodies Qlik’s culture and values, and has proven his leadership and readiness for the role. I’m thrilled to have him assume the official CFO position.”
“I’m excited to continue my journey at Qlik in this new role,” said Dennis Johnson, Qlik CFO. “Qlik is in a strong position from a product and financial standpoint to drive and lead in the enterprise data and analytics market, and I look forward to helping Qlik continue to deliver world-class innovation and company performance.”
Prior to joining Qlik, Dennis served as the Vice President of Finance for Medecision, and has also previously held finance and accounting roles at VerticalNet and Arthur Andersen. Dennis is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and holds an MBA in Finance from Villanova University and a BS in Accounting from La Salle University. He is also a board member of the Philadelphia Children’s Alliance.