MoveEV introduces new CTO

MoveEV introduces new CTO

Lindsey Bleimes will oversee the technological advancement and expansion of the company’s flagship product, ReimburseEV.

MoveEV introduced Lindsey Bleimes as its new CTO. Bleimes will oversee the technological advancement and expansion of the company’s flagship product, ReimburseEV, a SaaS product that delivers expense management and IRS-compliant employee reimbursement solutions for charging electric fleet vehicles at home.

“Lindsey’s deep experience with software technology, product development, integrations and team management are unparalleled,” MoveEV founder David Lewis, said. “She’s a unicorn, and we are confident in her ability to steer our growth as we continue to serve major municipalities and Fortune 500 companies in the rapidly changing EV landscape.”

Before joining MoveEV, Bleimes was VP of engineering at NuBank, where she led the scaling of software teams and managed a diverse array of tech initiatives. Prior to NuBank, Bleimes worked at Wayfair as an engineering director. While there, she founded the Women in Technology group and mentored through the Big Sister organization, MoveEV said.

“MoveEV stands at a fascinating nexus of technology and enabling sustainability,” Bleimes said. “Accurately reimbursing for home charging while remaining charger and vehicle agnostic is surprisingly intricate, yet it’s a vital piece of the electrification puzzle in our transition to a sustainable future. I’m thrilled to be part of the team-building technology that stays ahead of the curve while delivering the best possible user experience for our drivers and administrators alike.”

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