Clairmail names Steve Anderson CFO; Gordon Simpson CTO

Source: Clairmail

Clairmail, the leader in mobile banking and payment solutions, recently named Steve Anderson as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Gordon Simpson as its new Chief Technology Officer (CTO).

The new executives come to Clairmail with extensive experience and will aid in the continued growth and success of the company.

"There is rapid growth in the mobile banking industry and with one third of the top US financial institutions as customers, Clairmail is the leader and innovator in the market," said Pete Daffern, Clairmail CEO. "As we continue to gain market share, we need a strong team to support our efforts. Steve and Gordon both add a broad base of experience and expertise to the company and will provide the leadership needed to help drive Clairmail's continued growth and success."

Anderson joins Clairmail as CFO, bringing with him more than 25 years of financial experience and with record success in financial management of venture-backed and publicly traded technology companies. Prior to joining Clairmail, he served as the CFO at Good Technology, Trigo Technologies, Capstan Systems and Navis, LLC and held executive positions at Metricom, Inc. and Arthur Andersen. Anderson's primary responsibility is to oversee all aspects of Clairmail's finance process and systems.

A seasoned technology expert, Simpson joins Clairmail as CTO to lead the company's technology strategy and execution. Simpson brings 30 years of success in corporate information technology and deep experience in all aspects of enterprise application and technology architecture. Prior to Clairmail, Simpson was CTO at SAP labs, Deputy CTO at BEA Systems and Principal Application Architect at Vitria Technology.

"The mobile banking and payments space is exploding and Clairmail is demonstrating impressive leadership, partnering with its customers to help them unlock the full potential of the mobile channel," said Gordon Simpson, Clairmail CTO. "With this tremendous growth, banks are looking to implement mobile technology that is secure and efficient to drive customer adoption. I am excited to be joining the team in this period of rapid growth and am looking forward to enhancing our offerings to help banks generate new revenue streams, reduce costs and increase customer engagement all through the mobile channel."

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