PALO ALTO, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 2, 2013) - WePay, the surprisingly simple way for small businesses to accept credit cards, today announced the appointment of Susan Dunn as General Counsel and Susan Oda as Vice President of Finance.
"On the heels of WePay's mobile launch last month, the company is continuing its rapid growth by welcoming 'The Susans' to the WePay family," said Bill Clerico, CEO of WePay. "Both women are incredibly talented and experienced. The fact that we've been able to build such a diverse, knowledgeable team is a testament to what we've achieved and our growth trajectory. Both women's deep experience with small businesses is also a demonstration of our commitment to serving small business service providers."
Susan Dunn will be leading all product compliance and corporate legal matters as WePay's General Counsel. Previously, Dunn served as General Counsel of PayCycle, Bill.com, and oDesk. Through those experiences, Dunn gained an in-depth understanding of developing issues surrounding payments law. Dunn began her career at Fenwick & West LLP, working closely with high technology clients. Dunn holds a BA and MA from Harvard University, as well as a JD from Stanford Law School, and at one time clerked for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor.
Susan Oda will be leading all finance, accounting, and human resource functions as WePay's Vice President of Finance. Susan previously worked at Intuit in their small business division and corporate finance. A thought leader in SaaS, Susan enabled SaaS metrics company wide and automated dashboards that have become a company benchmark. Prior to Intuit, she worked at Hewlett-Packard in their finance function, where she supported the VeriFone divestiture from Hewlett-Packard as well as several other acquisitions into HP's Software Business Unit. She has an MBA from The UCLA Anderson School of Management and BA from UCLA.
WePay's easy-to-use online payment tools for small businesses include a mobile application, online invoices, on-site checkout buttons, virtual terminal for charging credit cards, as well as an application programming interface (API) for partners. New customers can be up and running and accepting credit cards in less than five minutes.
WePay is the surprisingly simple way for small businesses to accept credit cards. WePay was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, CA. For more information visit https://www.wepay.com or follow us on Twitter or Facebook.
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