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BirchStreet Systems Appoints Raghu Rajah Chief Technology Officer


Las Vegas, NV – BirchStreet Systems, the market leader in P2P software for the hospitality industry, announces the appointment of Raghu Rajah as Chief Technology Officer. Raghu will be reporting to Brendan Reidy, CEO of BirchStreet.

Raghu has spent over 25 years in the technology sector as a key executive with a variety of global companies.

“We are so pleased to have Raghu as part of the BirchStreet team, driving our technology and product strategies. He has spent his career building premier technology firms, delivering high-performing solutions with a great degree of customer satisfaction. His accomplishments span global development and are well suited to our multinational customer base,” said Brendan Reidy, Chairman, and CEO of BirchStreet.”

He most recently was Chief Technology Officer of FirstPerformance, a fintech delivering personalized financial insights to the consumers of some of the largest global banks. Prior to that, Raghu was the Chief Technology Officer for a variety of other SaaS and consumer technology companies including NCR, PrimeRevenue, and S1. Raghu earned his Master’s in Computer Science from Pondicherry University and his MBA in finance from The Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania.

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About BirchStreet Systems

BirchStreet Systems powers hospitality and food and beverage enterprises with a comprehensive procure-to-pay business solution. As the global leading provider of spend management solutions in the hospitality industry, 15,500 enterprises in over 130 countries subscribe to BirchStreet to connect with a network of more than 450,000 suppliers.

Established in 2002, BirchStreet is privately held and is headquartered in Las Vegas, NV with offices in California, China, Singapore, India, and the UK. For more information, please visit www.birchstreetsystems.com.

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