Currensee Taps Engineering VP

Jun 26 2012 | 9:46am ET

Boston-based forex investment service Currensee has named Jonathan Jesse vice president of engineering.

Jesse comes to Currensee from Lumigent/BeyondTrust, where he served in a variety of capacities, including vice president, database products; chief technology officer; and vice president of product development and director of product strategy. Lumigent was acquired by BeyondTrust in 2011 .

“Jon knows how to architect and build complex software applications that scale,” said Currensee CEO Dave Lemont in a statement. “He is a seasoned technology leader of high-performing software organizations, brings deep software development expertise and knows how to maximize software development through agility, automation and efficiency. We couldn’t be happier to welcome such a seasoned technology executive to our team and know that his expertise will drive the development of the next phases of the Currensee Trade Leaders platform.”

Jesse will lead the technology team supporting Currensee Trade Leaders Investment Program, a trade replication platform which allows investors to build their own “funds” of emerging forex managers.

Currensee is also seeking a senior Java developer and software architect, a senior quality assurance engineer, a Java developer and a junior operations engineer.

 


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