Finagraph is the worldwide leader in financial software, helping every business eliminate cash flow as a reason for failing and radically streamlining the banking and lending industry with breakthrough software. CashFlowTool™, our flagship software as a service, enables simple, powerful and predictive cash flow for businesses and accountants.
We live them. We breathe them. We mean them.
We listen first, seek to understand, confront the facts and do not let ego get in the way.
Obsessed with Results
We drive our work to completion and are accountable to the team. No excuses, get it done.
Why our team members love to work here
Simple Over Complex
We embrace that true genius is about taking the complex and making it simple.
We know what we are doing, and we are each good at what we do.
I love to work at Finagraph for a culture that supports openness, empowers me to make the right decisions, allows me to learn, make mistakes and get things done. And of course, it goes without saying that I get to be part of a wonderful team whose members give their best towards our common goal of helping customers succeed in running their business.
— Barath | Director of QA & Support
Working for a company that empowers you to take on new challenges and supports you 110% of the way is what Finagraph has done for me. Very grateful for my Finagraph family.
— JoJo | Executive and Support Coordinator
Everyday at Finagraph is a day for me to explore new possibilities and use my creativity for a meaningful purpose.
— Thi | Web Program Manager & UX Specialist
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
James Walter is the founder and CEO of Finagraph. He holds multiple patents in the fields of media and technology.
Prior to founding Finagraph, James served as a top-ranked program manager at Microsoft Corporation leading teams delivering products including Xbox 360 and Windows 7.
His decades of leadership experience include executive leadership at MidStream Technologies, a startup company funded by over $48 million.
James earned a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Alaska. He works with numerous Seattle-based startup incubators mentoring other CEOs.
Vice President, Sales & Partner Success
Justin Pulgrano brings financial, accounting, and technology expertise to the Finagraph team, where he is responsible for sales and the success of Finagraph's customers.
Prior to joining Finagraph, Justin spent 8 years at Ernst & Young LLP leading M&A advisory and assurance teams to serve clients across various industries, including a specialization in financial services and technology. He also has experience translating ideas into technology products, as the former co-founder of a technology startup.
Justin is a CPA in the state of New York and earned his Master of Science in Accountancy from the University of Notre Dame.
Vice President, Finance & Corporate Operations
Cheryl Abrahamson brings over 15 years of legal and operational experience to the Finagraph team. As a veteran consultant to banks and middle market business owners, Cheryl has worked with executives on strategic planning, corporate structure, business delivery strategies, mergers and acquisitions. She is passionate about helping organizations structure growth, build transferable value and manage more efficiently through financial metrics.
Cheryl was the Managing Director of the Relationship Banking Academy, which was acquired by Finagraph in 2014. In addition to providing managing the company’s operations, she also led RBA’s curriculum development team, working closely with banks on customization and content development. Her approach to relationship banking emphasizes the importance of providing a complete experience to the client.
Prior to joining the Relationship Banking Academy, she worked for a large national commercial real estate investment company, where she concentrated her efforts on contract development and negotiation. Cheryl received her J.D. with honors from Gonzaga University School of Law and her B.A. in political science from the University of Montana.
Vice President of Engineering
Steve Kelly has worked for 30 years in the software and technology industry.
Steve has delivered numerous software products during the course of his career both as a software developer as well as in leadership and executive roles. He has been a key contributor driving multiple startups to successful outcomes as well as driving vision and direction in the office of the CTO at both Microsoft and Cisco.
Steve earned a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Washington and holds multiple software and networking related patents.