Austin-based Mozido has ankled R. Todd Bradley as the company chief executive officer effective immediately. Bradley joins Mozido from TIBCO Software where he served as president of the Silicon Valley business software concern since June 2014.
Mozido has raised over $275M of institutional capital in the past 24 months, expanded into China, Africa, and India, and added blue-chip clients providing access to their 1.5 billion subscribers. These achievements position Mozido to capture the enormous opportunity to digitize payment and marketing services using mobile phones, especially for the more than two billion unbanked adults worldwide.
At TIBCO, Bradley held global responsibility for customer-facing functions, such as sales, marketing and professional services. Prior to TIBCO, Bradley worked for Hewlett-Packard where he served in various capacities from 2005-2014, including executive vice-president of the largest operating unit, the Printing and Personal Systems Group, which was a $60 billion annual business.
Bradley has a 30-year management career, having held senior roles at GE Capital Corp., The Dun & Bradstreet Corp., Gateway Corp., FedEx Corp. and palmOne. Prior to joining HP, Bradley was chief executive officer of palmOne, where he led a successful turnaround of that company and established a new category of mobile devices for the industry. Bradley holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Towson University in Maryland.
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