CardinalCommerce announced it has hired Roger Connolly as senior vice president, International Sales. He is located at Cardinal’s executive offices in Cleveland, Ohio and London, UK.
Michael A. Keresman, III, CEO and co-founder of CardinalCommerce, stated, “Roger Connolly is a highly significant addition to our executive team. He brings us extensive international experience and a successful track record in the development and sale of secure banking systems and commerce platforms. We are pleased that he has joined us, and we look forward to his contribution.”
Mr. Connolly has more than 20 years’ experience in assisting banks and other financial institutions around the world. Previously, he was employed as vice president, Global Sales at The Brodia Group, a leading global vendor of transaction authentication technology for web-based, mobile and other network devices. Prior to joining Brodia, Mr. Connolly held globalexecutive sales positions at Trintech Technologies, Commerce Direct International and Wang (Europe).
Mr. Connolly commented “I am very excited to join Cardinal’s executive team at a time when the demand for authentication technology is soaring. As the expanding volume of online transactions brings with it increasing levels of fraudulent activity, especially in emerging markets, Cardinal’s authentication solutions are perfectly positioned to become the #1 choice for banks and financial institutions around the world, who demand a safe, secure and confidential onlinepayment method for cardholders and merchants.”
About CardinalCommerce Corporation
CardinalCommerce Corporation is a leading provider of a technology-neutral authentication platform for securing electronic and wireless commerce, thus ensuring that individuals, businesses and government agencies can process electronic transactions and access confidential information safely, securely and privately. A significant application of Cardinal’s proprietary technology, the Cardinal Payment Authentication Platform, provides consumers, merchants, credit/debit card issuers, and processors the ability to conduct fully authenticated Internet-based e-commerce, while protecting the transactions from fraud. For more information, visit [www.cardinalcommerce.com].