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Scytáles appoints new business development chief to lead mobile driver’s license push

Scytáles appoints new business development chief to lead mobile driver’s license push

Scytáles has appointed Geoff Slagle as President and Chief Business Development Officer to manage the company’s relationships in the emerging digital identity community and drive the organization’s business development.

Slagle previously served as the Director of Identity Management for the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA), and his 23 years of experience include stints at the U.S. Departments of State and Defense, and an executive position at a Nasdaq-traded software developer.

“As a veteran in the identification security world, Geoff brings with him invaluable expertise to assist in delivering the very best to our customers,” states Konstantin Papaxanthis, Scytáles founder and Group CEO. “He has decades of experience and a proven track record as a respected leader within the motor vehicle authority community and beyond.  In particular, Geoff has significantly contributed to the development of standards that will shape the global landscape for mobile identity.  With the expansion of our organization in recent years, we see this position as vital to our future growth and success. This new role strengthens our organizational structure and allows us to effectively manage today’s business while focusing and executing on our long-term growth strategy. We expect Geoff’s leadership, experience, and vision to enhance our organization.”

Slagle will work globally from a base in Florida.

Scytáles and Get Group demonstrated a mobile driver’s license based on the ISO standard in development in April of last year.

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