Charlotte startup Passport growing, hiring, expanding executive team

Charlotte startup Passport growing, hiring, expanding executive team


CHARLOTTE – Earlier this year, Charlotte-headquartered mobility transactions company Passport raised $90 million with plans for growth.

The company recently announced it experienced growth throughout the third quarter, and has now processed more than $2 billion in transactions through its software.

In addition, the company was named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing U.S. companies, with a three-year revenue growth rate of 172%, placing the company at 2,446th.

The company has also recently added to its leadership team, with the addition of Doug Rogers as CRO and Vanna Krantz as CFO.  Earlier this week, the company announced the appointment of Catherine Dunwoodie as the vice president of customer success.

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“I’m thrilled to announce the addition of Catherine to our organization as she fills a vital role leading our client success teams to increase customer satisfaction while expanding product integration,” said Rogers, in a statement.  “At Passport we focus on improving and advancing the overall customer journey, and Catherine has a proven record that will help take us to the next phases of our customer-centric approach.”

Dunwoodie joins Passport from a role at Paycor as senior director of strategic alliances, and also served as Paycor’s leader of client success and director for its HR Center of Excellence.  At Passport, Dunwoodie will oversee a team of about 20 workers, though the company expects the team to grow, according to a spokesperson for the company.

The spokesperson for the company also told WRAL TechWire that its employees are operating on a hybrid work schedule.  The company is currently hiring, with 18 positions listed available on its careers website.





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