Scott Javor has been appointed senior vice president, chief financial officer of Rhapsody International, which operates digital platform Napster. He will serve on the company’s senior leadership team and report to Rhapsody’s president and chief executive officer Bill Patrizio.
Acting as the chief financial strategist, Javor will work with the executive leadership team to set overall business strategy and lead the company’s global finance, corporate development, and IT functions.
“Scott is a seasoned finance leader, experienced in driving change and supporting the growth of global companies,” said Patrizio in a release anouncing Javor’s appointment. “His impressive experience guiding financial strategy and execution at technology and media companies will serve Rhapsody well. I’m confident Scott is the right leader who will propel us in our next phase of development and growth.”
“It is clear to me that Napster has a strong brand, a committed team, supportive and engaged clients and has consistently defined the industry with its innovation,” added Javor. “As the streaming audio industry continues its growth trajectory I look forward to helping the experienced leadership team manage and maximize that opportunity.”
Prior to joining Rhapsody, Javor served as managing director at FTI Consulting and FTI Capital Advisors, where he advised companies on business plans, performance improvement, M&A and restructuring transactions. Previously he held the position of vice president of GE Capital’s Media, Communications & Entertainment business.