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John Stanfill Joins Sourcescrub Board

Sourcescrub, LLC is excited to announce that John Stanfill has joined their

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November 18, 2019

Sourcescrub, LLC is excited to announce that John Stanfill has joined their Board of Directors.

Stanfill is veteran operator who has been working in subscription-driven information services companies for over 25 years.  He was most recently the Chief Executive Officer of RainKing Software, a private equity backed information services company that provided sales intelligence on technology, marketing and finance decision makers globally.  RainKing had a successful exit in 2017. Prior to joining RainKing Software, John held numerous senior roles at the CoStar Group for over 19 years. Since RainKing, John has been an active board member working with market leading Information Service companies.

"I am very excited to be joining the Sourcescrub board and having the opportunity to work with the talented management team," says Stanfill.  "After spending more than 25 years in information services and having the opportunity to learn more about Sourcescrub, I believe the impact and benefits it brings to Private Equity firms, Investment Banks and Venture Capital firms for sourcing deal opportunities is unparalleled.  I look forward to partnering with the team to scale and grow Sourcescrub as the preeminent M&A information and software tool for deal origination."

"John's extensive experience with information technology platforms will aid us in navigating these unprecedented times," says Sourcescrub CEO, Tyler Fair. "We still have huge growth goals, and John's expertise will help us achieve them."

"We are thrilled to have John join the board of Sourcescrub," added Gavin Turner, Managing Partner at Mainsail Partners.  "His experience in the information services industry is significant, and we believe it will greatly enhance the company's ability to achieve its full potential."  Mainsail invested in Sourcescrub in 2019.