McLean, Va., May 19, 2022 – Numeracle™ Inc. (“Numeracle” or the “Company”), the pioneer of Verified Identity™ for communications, today announced telecommunications industry veteran, Pierce Gorman, has joined the Company as Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff.
In a career spanning more than three decades, Pierce’s voice has been influential in shaping the standards, architecture, and deployment of technologies critical to the continuous advancement of the telecommunications industry. In his new role at Numeracle, he will be responsible for providing leadership and strategic direction for Numeracle’s product and engineering division, building the next generation of enterprise voice solutions.
“Pierce is a distinguished leader and a well-known authority in the voice telecommunications industry. He has dedicated his career to innovation by identifying emerging technologies and building standards to enable adoption,” said Anis Jaffer, Chief Product Officer at Numeracle. “As we look to build the next generation of Numeracle products and solutions, this is a perfect time for a leader like Pierce to join our team. We are so blessed and honored he has chosen to join us, and I am truly looking forward to his contributions at Numeracle.”
“As founder and CEO, Rebekah Johnson’s vision to create an end-to-end Entity Identity Management™ (EIM) platform, built instinctively to meet the needs and challenges faced by the enterprise, is, as far as I know, singular within the industry,” said Pierce Gorman, Distinguished Member of the Numeracle Technical Staff. “The execution of this vision by Numeracle’s product and engineering leadership has resulted in a powerful tool positioned to return trust and confidence to customer communications. In this exciting new chapter of my career, I look forward to the many ways we’ll leverage Numeracle’s platform to further innovate in this space.”
Before joining Numeracle, Mr. Gorman served most recently as Principal Engineer of Systems Architecture at T-Mobile, responsible for voice architecture development focusing on Voice over IP (“VoIP”) robocalling protection and STIR/SHAKEN call authentication design and standards development. During his 30-year tenure at Sprint in senior design roles, he drove cooperative development and implementation of next-generation voice and VoIP signaling, routing, and services architecture.
Pierce’s contributions to the industry also include membership in four ATIS working groups, all three of the FCC's North American Number Council (NANC) Call Authentication Trust Anchor (CATA) working groups, the Secure Telephone Identity (STI) Governance Authority (GA) Technical Committee as the representative from T-Mobile, and the Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association (CTIA) Technical Committee in support of the Registered Caller branded calling initiative. He has also actively participated in the US Telecom Association (USTA) Industry Traceback Group (ITG), SIP Interconnection Working Group hosted by NTCA, and the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Secure Telephone Identity Revisited (STIR) working group.