Former FIS and Worldpay product executive Jass will bring expertise to scale and expand Prove’s offerings to new verticals and use cases as Chief Product Officer
Former Twilio executive Bonnell will drive global execution and growth as Chief Revenue Officer
Prove Identity, Inc, the leader in digital identity, announced that it has appointed Nicole Jass as Chief Product Officer to further expand Prove’s offerings to new industries and use cases, and Scott Bonnell as Chief Revenue Officer to help drive global scale and execution. These new appointments signal a new phase of growth for Prove as the company continues to penetrate the digital identity solutions market, which is set to reach $116 Billion by 2030 (Source: Straits Research).
“I’m thrilled to welcome Nicole Jass and Scott Bonnell to Prove,” said Rodger Desai, Chief Executive Officer of Prove. “Nicole and Scott have grown companies from hundreds to billions of dollars in annual revenues. They join an executive team that is poised to continue leading the multi-billion dollar digital identity market.”
Prior to joining Prove, Nicole Jass served as the Senior Vice President of Growth Solutions at FIS, a global FinTech leader headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, where she was responsible for driving strategy and execution of high value, high-growth product portfolios in fraud, identity, loyalty, data science, and checkout. Prior to joining FIS, Jass was the founder and CEO of SpyderLynk, a mobile advertising technology company.
“My goal is to embed Prove’s revolutionary technology into digital experiences everywhere,” said Nicole Jass. “This will make it easy for enterprises across industries and regions to manage digital identity, mitigate fraud, and boost revenue without introducing friction.”
Bonnell joins Prove at a time when identity technology is at the forefront of concerns for executives across industries and around the world. Prior to this appointment, Bonnell served as the Vice President of Enterprise Sales at Twilio Inc., where he enabled organizations to improve their digital engagement strategies and customer experience. Prior to Twilio, Bonnell held a variety of leadership roles at both startup and large cap organizations including Oracle, Mocana, and Passlogix.
“Prove’s technology enables organizations to establish the trust required to unlock the ever-growing potential of digital commerce,” said Scott Bonnell. “I am eager to help accelerate growth and deepen customer engagement globally.”
“The appointment of Nicole and Scott to the executive team is an exciting milestone for Prove,” said Prev Venugopal, Chief People Officer at Prove. “Their leadership will be critical to facilitating Prove’s continued growth going forward and we are absolutely delighted to have them both join the team.”