Aug 11, 2023, 11:04 am EDT | Masha Borak
Businesses providing identity verification and biometrics have added c-suite leaders and high-ranking executives to help build up their customer bases. Prominent among them is a voice biometrics pioneer switching to the company that acquired his last one.
AuthID is continuing its hiring spree as it strives to avoid being delisted from the Nasdaq. The company announced its new Chief Financial Officer Ed Sellitto, who will succeed current CFO Annie Pham. Selitto will join the biometric authentication and verification company after serving as vice president of revenue operations at Zero Hash, a company that provides infrastructure for digital assets.
In March, AuthID named Rhon Daguro its new CEO. Daguro previously worked alongside Selitto at digital identity verification firm Socure. The company also appointed three new sales VPs focusing on providing authentication services to enterprises.
Fintech solution provider ENACOMM has named its new chief revenue officer, Stacey Zuniga, who will be tasked with striking strategic partnerships among financial institutions. This includes promoting ENACOMM’s artificial intelligence (AI)-backed virtual assistant with voice authentication for banking applications called Emerie launched in May.
This is Zuniga’s second stint at the Tulsa, Oklahoma-headquartered company after leaving his former position to join fintech-focused Iridium Payments Group. ENACOMM says that Zuniga will focus on developing technology partnerships and channel relationships and play a key role in driving a strategic vision for the firm’s financial suite of products.