HARTLAND, WI, April 9, 2019 – OneTouchPoint (OTP), a leading marketing execution services provider backed by ICV Partners, today announced the appointment of Mike Crawley as Chief Financial Officer.
Mike rejoins OneTouchPoint, where he served as the Vice President of Finance for 16 years. He brings more than 25 years of finance and accounting experience, as well as a deep knowledge of the evolving print and marketing services industry. Prior to his time with OneTouchPoint, Mike held leadership roles at Benz, a leading North American manufacturer of Industrial Lubricants and GE Healthcare as Finance Manager in Magnetic Resonance. Prior to that, Mike was a Senior Financial Analyst at Trane in La Crosse, Wisconsin as well as a Commercial Finance Auditor at Wells Fargo, Milwaukee.
“Mike’s experience in financial operations, as well as a deep and thorough knowledge of both OneTouchPoint and the industries we serve, are an ideal fit for OneTouchPoint, as we work to extend our services and offerings, grow our client base and work to achieve even greater operating efficiency,” states Dave Holland, CEO of OneTouchPoint. “He brings a principled and rigorous approach to the CFO role, where he will help us continue to streamline our cost structure and optimize our balance sheet to help drive profitable growth. On behalf of ICV Partners Board of Directors and executive management team, we are pleased to welcome Mike back to OTP. We know that he will make an immediate impact in providing best-in-class financial leadership. “
As CFO, Mike Crawley will report directly to Dave Holland, our CEO, and will oversee the finance, accounting, financial planning & analysis, internal audit, tax and treasury areas of the business.
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About ICV Partners
ICV Partners (ICV) is a New York and Atlanta based private investment firm with over $1.4 billion of cumulative committed capital. ICV has made 22 platform investments and 24 add-on acquisitions in lower middle market companies across a variety of industries, investing the capital of institutional investors, including banks, insurance companies, pension funds, and foundations.