ThetaRay names Benjamin Wyrick as SVP sales, Americas
10 October 2017 | 3047 views | 0
ThetaRay, a leading provider of big data analytics solutions, today announced the appointment of Benjamin Wyrick to Senior Vice President of Sales, Americas. Wyrick has 20 years of experience in financial services sales, business development and marketing.
"I was instantly impressed with ThetaRay’s technology, which enables financial organizations to detect omni-channel fraud and money laundering with unprecedented speed and accuracy,” said Wyrick. “ThetaRay is a proven game changer in helping our customers to overcome the operational challenges and cyber threats that face them. It is incredibly impressive how aligned and focused the entire ThetaRay team is to delivering great customer results, and as a result the value the customers see in our partnership.”
Before joining ThetaRay, Wyrick served as VP Sales, North America for VASCO Data Security. He also has held senior sales positions with Digital Insight, Kronos and Verizon. Wyrick has degrees in Sociology and Marketing from Ball State University.
"We are making great strides in the US, driven by an increased demand for our solutions in financial services,” said Mark Gazit, CEO of ThetaRay. “Benjamin came highly recommended; many of our customers know and respect him. Benjamin’s great sales and marketing experience, as well as his proven ability to develop business in the financial sector, make him the perfect candidate for helping us to further boost our visibility and market share.”
Wyrick and his team will be responsible for increasing market share for ThetaRay’s Financial Services Platform, which enables financial institutions to uncover the earliest signs of illicit behavior and threats, including multichannel fraud, money laundering, and ATM security breaches. ThetaRay’s technology can analyze complex data sets at scale without rules, settings, thresholds, heuristics, signatures, or patterns. It delivers industry-low error and false positive rates, and becomes more accurate with each unit of data it receives.