Digital Turbine, an end-to-end mobile solutions provider, named James Alejandro as chief accounting officer and controller, effective Feb. 27. Alejandro, who joins the company from Dell, will assume the principal accounting and controls duties, among other responsibilities, and report directly to Chief Financial Officer Andrew Schleimer.
Kirstie Brown, previously CFO of Digital Turbine Asia Pacific since the acquisition of Mirror Image Access in 2013, has served as the principal accounting officer since September 2014. Brown will continue with the company as executive vice president of global finance and operations.
Alejandro is an experienced finance and accounting executive, rising in rank and responsibility over his 17 years at Dell. His most recent role was director of accounting, North America and Global Software & Peripheral Revenue, a position that included responsibility for providing guidance related to U.S. GAAP, revenue recognition, internal control compliance, risk management, and general company policy guidance.
Previous to this role, he spent three years as the director of accounting, supporting the company's mergers and acquisitions, overseeing accounting due diligence and integration. Mr. Alejandro also held other leadership positions at Dell, including roles in corporate accounting, services finance, corporate reporting, and treasury accounting.