Exactuals, a provider of payments, royalty and metadata solutions to the entertainment and insurance industries, has promoted Lindsay Conlin to SVP of Revenue.
In this role, Conlin will oversee all sales and marketing operations for Exactuals and its suite of products, including the flagship platform, PaymentHub, and the fee calculation and statement generation service, SR1.
Conlin is based in Nashville, Tennessee, and will report to Exactuals CEO Bryan Walley.
“Lindsay has been integral to the success of Exactuals since joining the company in 2018,” said Mike Hurst, president of Exactuals. “Lindsay is a trusted and inspiring leader, and her promotion to SVP of Revenue comes with my utmost confidence and enthusiasm. She continues to grow new businesses and deliver our flagship products, PaymentHub and SR1, to new customers while continuing its efforts to foster best payment and data practices in the entertainment industry.
“My past four years at Exactuals have been a tremendous learning and growth opportunity. I am honored to have had this opportunity to serve as SVP of Revenue and cannot thank the team enough for believing in me.
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“My last four years at Exactuals have been a tremendous opportunity for learning and growth. I am honored to have had this opportunity to serve as Senior Vice President of Revenue and cannot thank the team enough. believing in me,” said Lindsay Conlin, senior vice president of revenue at Exactuals.
“Since joining Exactuals, I have strived to lead the charge for robust and appropriate payment systems and practices in the entertainment industry. I look forward to seeing what the future holds as we continue to modernize payments and data in the entertainment landscape, making the process easier for payers and ensuring recipients get what they are owed.
“I am thrilled to lead Exactuals in this next chapter, side by side with such an incredible and deserving leader as Lindsay,” said Bryan Walley, CEO of Exactuals. “Exactuals’ current momentum is largely due to the work Lindsay has done to attract and close deals with new clients and I am delighted to see her continue to grow in her new role as SVP of Revenue.”
“I am thrilled to lead Exactuals forward in this next chapter, side by side with such an incredible and deserving leader as Lindsay,”
Bryan Walley, CEO of Exactuals.
Prior to her promotion to Senior Vice President of Revenue, Conlin served as Director of Business Development at Exactuals, where she focused on building partnerships, negotiating deals, developing marketing strategies, etc She has played a key role in finalizing deals with over 100 labels, publishers, libraries and distributors in the music and literary publishing spaces. Conlin has also been an advocate for proper metadata in the music industry, receiving a nomination for the Master of Metadata award at the 2022 Music Biz annual conference.
Prior to joining Exactuals in 2018, Conlin worked at Big Machine Label Group in the Partnership Marketing and Promotion Strategy department. She then left Big Machine to create DotDot, a custom software development company helping music companies improve, manage and use information. DotDot joined Exactuals in 2018.
Exactuals is headquartered in Los Angeles with offices in Nashville and New York. Exactuals is an RBC company and a wholly owned subsidiary of City National Bank Member FDIC.
In August 2018, City National bought the Exactuals platform outright after being a minority investor. He originally invested $10 million when he participated in an earlier funding round of Exactual.
Just three years after acquiring City National, in January 2021, Exactuals announced that its flagship product, PaymentHub, had achieved 250% year-over-year growth in the previous 12 months and surpassed the billion dollars all time processed.The music industry around the world