Rajat Bahri has been appointed as chief financial officer to help guide the company through its next phase of growth.
An industry veteran, Bahri has held financial leadership roles at large public enterprises, pre-IPO companies, and at disruptive technology firms.
Most recently, Bahri was CFO at identity management provider ID.me and currently serves on the Board of Pacific Gas and Electric Company.
Bahri succeeds Curt Anderson, who, as CFO for the last four years, operationalised and added rigour to finance during a period of significant growth, with a more than 500% increase in ARR and an approximately fourfold increase in employees during his tenure.
"Icertis is on a journey to transform the foundation of commerce, with contract intelligence quickly becoming the fifth system of record for the enterprise," Icertis co-founder and CEO Samir Bodas says.
"Rajat fits perfectly with our FORTE culture and brings a wealth of financial and business expertise, to help Icertis capitalise on the opportunity ahead of us to be a consequential, enduring company," Bodas adds.
"Icertis is transforming the CLM category via strong partnerships with platform leaders such as SAP and Microsoft, working with the best global systems integrators in the world and delivering significant value to iconic customers," Bahri says.
"What especially excites me is the transformational ability of structuring the information in business contracts into data, connecting that data to operational systems, and using AI to increase revenue, reduce costs, ensure compliance and manage risk.
"I look forward to working with the Icertis team and our customers to ensure that the intent of every agreement is correctly memorialised and fully realised," Icertis CFO Rajat Bahri says.