Fremont, California: Docupace, the leader in cloud-based fintech digital operations software for the wealth management industry, has confirmed that CEO David Knoch has been recognized as the wealth management industry’s top technology CEO. heritage at the inaugural WealthTech Americas Awards. Knoch received the highest honors in the WealthTech Individual and Leadership category – Regional Management Team/CEO – given to an executive of a technology company operating in the United States.
“David is an exemplary leader and a role model – someone who cares deeply about his people, his clients and does things the right way,” said Robert Anderson, partner at FTV Capital and board member at administration of Docupace. “He has built an incredible culture at Docupace centered around customer focus, integrity, quality, simplicity and innovation as the company realizes its vision to be the leading digital back-office platform for the wealth management industry.”
Showcasing the “Best of Breed” in the Americas, the awards were given to recognize outstanding organizations grouped by specialty and geography that the prestigious panel of an independent advisory board judged to have “demonstrated innovation and excellence.” over the past year”.
Each of these categories is fiercely contested, with a small group of finalists and recommended submissions chosen from a large number of entrants before the advisory board selects an overall winner. It is because of this process that the WealthBriefing Awards are so highly regarded with winners, runners-up and congratulations. Winning awards is especially important in difficult times, as it gives customers confidence in the viability and sustainability of the winner’s business and operating model.
Knoch’s leadership abilities have been recognized throughout his career. Knoch became CEO of Docupace in April 2020 and led the company’s strategic transformation, which included double-digit revenue growth, product/capability expansion and multiple acquisitions. The Docupace platform processed and delivered more than 25 million electronic documents in 2021, facilitated around 600,000 eSign transactions and added 2 million new customer accounts. The platform’s workflow and automation capabilities have saved more than 291 million processing hours.