Clairmail, Inc., the leader in mobile customer interaction for banking and payment solutions, recently named Mitch Stein as Director of Innovation and Design.
Stein, an international design award winner and inventor, comes to Clairmail with over 30 years of proven, cutting-edge accomplishments across all areas of user experience and software/hardware development for leading technology companies. He will lead Clairmail's team in fashioning the future of business to consumer interaction.
"Clairmail's dedication to cutting-edge experience design is a key component of our industry leading adoption rates, and the addition of Mitch guarantees our continued dominance," said Kaj van de Loo, Vice President of Engineering, Clairmail. "Mitch is an award-winning visionary and brings a proven track record of user experience design, development and deployment to lead our outstanding team of designers. Mitch's addition is further validation of our commitment to constantly improving our technologies and making them more user-friendly to further increase adoption across all mobile platforms."
As both an employee and consultant, Stein previously led teams at well-known software and mobile companies, including Apple, IBM, Oracle, and Motorola. While at Apple, he led a team of 150 responsible for all user-facing software and other pivotal portions of five major operating system releases. His software and hardware designs have won numerous awards and honors, and his InfoPortal Prototype was selected for inclusion in the 'Workspheres' exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
"Clairmail is a revolutionary in the mobile banking and payments industry and their dedication to delivering banks and their customers an exceptional user experience is thrilling to be part of," said Mitch Stein, Director of Innovation and Design of Clairmail. "I look forward to leveraging my experience to push product innovation even further and continue Clairmail's legacy of continually offering the most advanced mobile financial tools to their customers."