In honor of its 30th anniversary, Faithlife, the leading Church technology company and makers of Logos Bible Software, is restructuring its leadership team to position itself for future growth. Co-founder and current CEO Bob Pritchett is transitioning to the new role of Executive Chairman while Vik Rajagopal, current CFO, moves into the CEO role.
Faithlife, based in Bellingham, Washington, with offices in Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Mexico, has been using technology to equip the Church to grow in the light of the Bible for more than 25 years. Since 1992, Faithlife has developed a full suite of church management tools, academic study resources, smart digital books, and Logos Bible Software, all part of its integrated ministry platform that automates tasks and simplifies workflows.
“January marks 30 years from Faithlife’s formal incorporation and my official start date as CEO. This transition to Executive Chairman allows me to focus on company-wide initiatives and new products and services while positioning Vik to take the reins and further Faithlife’s ability to impact our customers.”
Pritchett developed his first Bible software program, which allowed users to search a digital King James Bible, at age 15. In 1991, Pritchett and a friend created the first version of Logos Bible Software and in 1992 founded Logos Research Systems, which would later be rebranded as Faithlife.
Today, Faithlife offers an array of innovative apps, software, books and educational tools that foster growth in churches and individuals.
Before joining Faithlife in December 2020 as Chief Financial Officer, Rajagopal spent 10 years at Amazon where he held leadership roles across finance, retail leadership and product management. Prior to Amazon, Rajagopal was an investment banker at Wells Fargo Securities. Rajagopal earned his B.A. in History from Yale University and MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
The formal transition took place on Jan. 1, 2022. To learn more about Faithlife, visit https://faithlife.com.