Mozido Names New CEO

Digital commerce and payment solutions provider Mozido announced today that R. Todd Bradley has assumed the role of chief executive officer effective immediately.

“Mozido is thrilled to have Todd Bradley join the company as CEO,” Mozido Founder Michael Liberty said in a press release.

“His experience in building successful organizations, especially in the mobile handheld space and within emerging markets like China, enables him to contribute immediately to Mozido’s success in delivering digital commerce and payment solutions globally using mobile phones,” Liberty continued.

Prior to joining Mozido, Bradley served as president of TIBCO Software since June 2014, where he spearheaded global efforts concerning sales, marketing and professional services.

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From 2005 to 2014, Bradley served in various executive capacities at Hewlett-Packard, including acting as EVP over the company’s largest operating unit, which generated $60 billion annually. He has also held senior level roles at GE Capital, Dun & Bradstreet, Gateway, FedEx and palmOne.

With a 30-year management career under his belt, Bradley joins Mozido at a time when the company is continually expanding its global footprint and raising significant capital.

The company confirmed it has increased its amount of institutional capital to $275 million, while expanding into new areas like China, Africa and India and providing access to nearly 1.5 billion subscribers.

“I’m very excited to join Mozido and contribute to its rapidly expanding presence in the global payments and solutions market,” Bradley said.

“I share Mozido’s passion to improve lives by using mobile phones to bring an entirely new class of services in payments, remittances and greater financial control and security to the millions of individuals in the world. The prospects for additional growth are tremendous, and I look forward to working with the Mozido team and its visionary founder, Michael Liberty, to continue with Mozido’s strategic expansion,” he added.

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