Charity-Focused Tech Company Names New Chief

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The company, founded in 1987, names new CEO The company, founded in 1987, names new CEO
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A Silicon Valley native is sinking his technology roots into central Indiana as the new leader for Indianapolis-based Renaissance Philanthropic Solutions Group. The company has named Joe Fisher president and chief executive officer. He joined the technology company firm earlier this year as chief operating officer.

RenPSG is a philanthropic services provider. Their system is a cloud-based management platform that helps nonprofit organizations, community foundations, and charitable trusts with tax expertise, accounting support, and client services. “We have a great vision and we are reshaping the philanthropic economy. As the baby boomer generation retires, society is experiencing one of the largest transfers of wealth in history, and we are well-positioned to be the solution of choice for years to come,” said Fisher

Fisher grew up in the cradle of California’s high-tech industry, Silicon Valley. The company says he has 25 years of experience with high-growth enterprise software companies.

Jerry Tuburgen, RenPSG’s chairman of the board, says Fisher offers the right mixture of experience and insight as the tech firm heads into a new phase of expansion and innovation. “Not only does he bring a fresh perspective to our business, he also has an outstanding track record of driving top- and bottom-line growth at public and private technology companies,” said Tuburgen.

RenPSG says Fisher began his tech career as an engineer in product development. He later expanded into sales, marketing and operations.

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