Signzy, Idemia, Corsight and Incode appoint new executives
Continuing growth in the biometrics market has prompted several new appointments, with Signzy appointing a new VP of sales and Idemia appointing a regional president for India as each looks to build on recent successes there, while Corsight has appointed a new VP of growth and innovation, and Incode has brought an HR head on board to lead its next hiring round.
Signzy plans aggressive expansion
Signzy is planning for aggressive expansion of its biometric video KYC platform in India and South East Asian region with the appointment of Sheetal Jain as the company’s new vice president of sales.
Jain brings experience as the head of sales and marketing at Probe Information Services, where she was responsible for relationships with a range of banks and other financial institutions. She has led many successful go-to-market strategies in previous roles, mentored teams and played a leadership role in the early development of web-based platforms and APIs for the BFSI market, according to the announcement.
“The BFSI industry is today preparing for its next phase of digital transformation, and Signzy has proven tech solutions to enable the industry players achieve this transformation,” Jain states in the press release. “I am thrilled to join Signzy at this crucial point in time and look forward to an exciting journey in helping banks and financial institutions evolve and take advantage of the emerging opportunities with Signzy’s solutions.”
Signzy’s technology is already used by more than 90 institutions in India, and the company has offices in Dubai and New York.
Idemia names new head of Indian operation
Idemia has named Matthew Foxton as its new regional president for India, in what the company characterizes as a big step towards solidifying its commitment to the country’s market.
Foxton will also continue in his role as executive vice president of branding and communications, and as a member of Idemia’s Group Executive Committee. He has extensive experience
Former Idemia Regional President for India Sanjeev Shriya will move into a non-operational role as an advisor to the global CEO after 25 years playing a central role in the company’s development in India, according to the company announcement.
“Matthew’s strong leadership and understanding of our Group, as well as his cultural link to India given his status as an Overseas Citizen of India, are clear assets for his new assignment,” states Idemia President and CEO Pierre Barrial. “India has been key to our overall growth strategy for IDEMIA. Over the last 25 years in the country, IDEMIA has powered many mission critical and digital transformation projects in partnership with the Government and other leading players in the private sector.”
Idemia has almost 5,000 employees across India, and celebrated its 25th anniversary in the country in 2020.
Corsight appoints VP, new Incode HR head signals hiring
Incode Technologies, meanwhile, has appointed Charlotte Hackett to be its head of human resourcing and training.
Hackett worked in payments, authentication and biometrics at PSD Group for six years, and says in a LinkedIn post that she expects to commence hiring for “a number of roles” at Incode in the near future.