National Funding, a fintech company that provides small business loans, named Torrie Inouye president. Inouye will report directly to Founder and CEO Dave Gilbert.

National Funding experienced a 172% revenue growth surge over the past three years, bringing into focus the need for a leader of overall business operations. Inouye was promoted from EVP of Data & Analytics.

“Torrie has played a critical role in our success to date, and her appointment as president is a natural extension of the work she has already taken on,” said Dave Gilbert, CEO of National Funding. “As our Big Data capabilities and services evolve, National Funding is uniquely poised to strengthen our position in the fintech industry. We trust Torrie to lead our company through its next growth phase.”

As EVP of Data & Analytics, Inouye worked closely with the company’s executive team to further leverage data to drive profitable customer acquisition growth and to increase operational efficiencies in underwriting.

Before joining National Funding, Inouye was staff business analyst at Intuit, where she led a team of analysts in the Turbo Tax division to better understand customer behavior and interaction. Previously, Inouye served in a variety of analytics posts at Union Bank.

Founded in 1999, San Francisco–based National Funding has provided nearly $1.5 billion in capital for more than 25,000 businesses nationwide.