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Bo Holland is a veteran entrepreneur who has been delivering innovative technology solutions to financial institutions for over twenty years. In 2004, Holland founded AllClear ID, formerly Debix, and currently serves as CEO. Holland holds the patent for Instant Authorization technology, the basis for the exclusive AllClear ID Alert Network (U.S. Patent No. 7,983,979).
Holland was previously founder and CEO of Works, Inc., which was acquired by Bank of America in 2005. Works develops commercial payment solutions for large organizations and distributes the product via Bank of America, Wells Fargo, PNC Bank, Sun Trust and Commerce Bank. Holland invented the patent-pending technology that enables large organizations to approve and control payments for operating expenses via credit cards. Prior to Works, Holland served as Director Product and Marketing for Pervasive Software (NASDAQ: PVSW). He was instrumental in turning the company around and taking it public in September 1997. Prior to Pervasive, Holland joined Citrix Systems (NASDAQ: CTXS) as employee 32 and was the key figure in developing the product strategy and distribution that laid the foundation for the company revenue growth to over $750 million in 2004.
Richard Brown has nearly thirty years of experience in information security and the delivery of large transaction systems and networks. As CTO at AllClear ID, Brown is responsible for the design of the functional and technical aspects of our business strategy and for establishing how new technologies can be leveraged in our service infrastructure. Brown is also a regular contributor to standard initiatives, authoring among others the original IETF draft of XML Digital Signature specifications, and the author of several position papers and patents in the field of electronic commerce and settlement of commercial transactions. Prior to joining AllClear ID in 2005, he worked for over twenty years with major credit card issuers and contributed to the architecture and implementation of critical payment systems and protocols including the National Credit Card Authorization Network for France.
Jamie May joined AllClear ID in 2007. During this time, she has managed the implementation and execution of over 800 data breaches, including the two largest healthcare breaches since the creation of HITECH. Additionally, May is responsible for overseeing the operations of nationwide call center facilities, including over 350 support agents, fraud investigators, and multiple phone and customer resource management systems. Under May’s direction, the AllClear ID Customer Support organization has distinguished itself with exemplary service, maintaining an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. In 2012 the team was awarded 5 Stevie Awards including Best Use of Technology in Customer Service, Customer Service Department of the Year, and May was recognized as Customer Service Leader of the Year. In 2011, Javelin Strategy & Research awarded the AllClear Investigators Best in Resolution.
Kirsten Matetich joined AllClear ID in 2010 and is responsible for business and consumer marketing and communications. Prior to joining AllClear ID, she spent many years honing her skills in communications strategy and advertising across industries including energy, travel, and consumer packaged goods. She led marketing for the east coast online media business at Microsoft, working with Fortune 500 clients and top agencies to advance Microsoft’s competitive position within digital media. She also served as a change management consultant at Accenture, assessing needs and creating solutions for managing large-scale change initiatives in companies as a result of mergers and new systems implementations. Matetich is passionate about creating a great customer experience for enterprise customers and consumers who do business with AllClear ID.