Mozido has made three significant promotions on its executive management team. Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Mike Love has been named President and Chief Operating Officer (COO); Minaz Sarangi has been named Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO); and David Luther has been named Executive Vice President, Global Business Development and Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). The promotions are designed to enhance Mozido’s strong senior leadership team and continue to build on the company’s position for rapid growth.
“As Mozido expands its reach throughout the mobile services industry, much of its success is owed to the tremendous talent of the company’s senior leadership team,” said Mozido founder Michael Liberty. “We highly value the top-of-the-line knowledge and expertise that Mike Love, Minaz Sarangi and David Luther bring to Mozido, and we are confident that expanding their roles will help to not only ensure Mozido’s continued success, but to build on it.”
Prior to joining Mozido, Mike Love was Chief Architect and head of Global Technology Solutions and Innovation at First Data Corporation. In this role, he was responsible for transforming First Data’s global technology infrastructure from it legacy roots to contemporary cloud and mobile-based offerings. Mr. Love also served as President of Retail Decisions’ Global Services Group, President and CEO of The Paytriot Network and President and CEO of CardSystems, which he co-founded in 1990.
“Mozido is revolutionising the way individuals around the world shop and manage their finances, as well as the ability of companies large and small to communicate with their customers and business partners,” said Love. “It is an honor to be a part of this growing company and work with our outstanding team. I am thrilled to now be playing an expanded role.”
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