BlackLine CEO Named A Top Woman Leader In SaaS

BlackLine CEO Named A Top Woman Leader In SaaS

Therese Tucker takes the No. 3 spot on The Software Report’s 2020 list

Therese Tucker, founder and CEO of financial automation software leader BlackLine, has been named a Top Woman Leader in SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) by The Software Report, a media outlet covering the software and SaaS markets.  No. 3 on the 2020 list, Ms. Tucker is recognized for building BlackLine from the ground up into the market leader it is today.

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Tucker was honored with the No. 1 spot in 2017 after making history the year before as the “first female founder/CEO to lead a VC (private equity)-backed Los Angeles start-up

to its IPO,” according to the Los Angeles Times.  Tucker founded the accounting software company in 2001, then spearheaded its shift to a 100 percent SaaS/cloud business model in late 2007.

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