QuickFee Appoints Veteran Tech Exec as Chief Technology Officer

The company said that Dave Moore's appointment is a significant milestone for QuickFee as the company aims to strengthen its position as a leader in the financial technology industry.

Veteran technology leader Dave Moore has been named chief technology officer of Plano-based QuickFee, an accounts receivable accelerator for professional service firms.

Moore is an experienced technology leader in strategy and product development, cloud computing, big data, and machine learning.

“We are thrilled to welcome Dave Moore to the QuickFee team as our Chief Technology Officer,” Jennifer Warawa, president of QuickFee North America, said in a statement. “Moore’s extensive experience, innovative thinking, and exceptional leadership skills will be invaluable as we continue to rapidly evolve our technology solutions, improve our customers’ experience and drive our company’s growth.”

The company said that Moore’s appointment is a significant milestone for QuickFee as the company aims to strengthen its position as a leader in the financial technology industry.

As CTO at QuickFee, Moore’s objective is to shape a cutting-edge technology strategy that exceeds the expectations of the company’s customers and drives a step-change in the current industry standard for streamlined, automated, and efficient accounts receivable management.

From conceptualization to execution, Moore will guide the development team in crafting innovative products while driving efficiency for both QuickFee and its customers via enhanced automation.

Focused on user interface design, Moore will ensure that QuickFee’s solutions are technically advanced, visually appealing and user friendly. Moore will champion the security and compliance of the QuickFee platform, ensuring the continued protection of sensitive financial data and the ongoing trust of our customers.

“I am honored to join QuickFee as Chief Technology Officer and look forward to driving innovation in the delivery of cutting-edge financial technology solutions to our clients in the professional services space,” Moore said. “QuickFee has a strong foundation, and I am excited to join the company at this inflection point in its growth trajectory.”

Previously, Moore was chief innovation officer at Growth Acceleration Partners, where he played a direct advisory role to companies in the process of digital transformation, helping them to modernize applications and leverage data in decision-making.

QuickFee said that strategic consultancy to CTOs, CIOs, and CEOs earned Moore recognition as one of the most accomplished CIOs in Central Texas, being a finalist for the ORBIE Award in 2023.

Before GAP, Moore was an architect in Global Technology Services at IBM, and spent more than a decade at Electronic Arts Inc. as franchise technical director. During his time at Electronic Arts, Moore established vision and strategy for the technology stack for Star Wars: The Old Republic, leading to the most successful massive multiplayer online game launch in history.

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