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Kendall Park-based Binary Tree announced Tuesday it has hired Eli Bakofsky to its senior management team as its CFO.

According to the announcement, Bakofsky will be responsible for the company’s finances, acquisitions, legal, risk management, human resources and administrative functions.

“The addition of Eli substantially enhances our team’s ability to execute our bisness plan, which includes a variety of strategic and operating initiatives,” said Steven Pivnik, CEO, in a prepared statement. “We’re very excited to have Eli on board.  His extensive background with growth-oriented companies enables him to immediately contribute to our product, solution and organizational plans.”

Bakofsky added, “I’m happy to join such an experienced and energetic team.  With a successful history and track record of performance and profitability, Binary Tree is solidly positioned to take advantage of a tremendous amount of opportunity in our segment.”

Bakofsky has more than 25 years of experience as a senior-level accounting, finance and operations leader, the announcement said. Prior to joining Binary Tree, he was controller at Mobile ESPN, CFO at Call Science, VP of finance and administration for UbiquiTel, and held several leadership positions at AT&T Wireless Services.

Binary Tree is a global provider of migration software and solutions for Lotus Notes, Microsoft Exchange, Active Directory and Windows Server environments, the company said.

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