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Sarah Delphey Joins Numeracle as Vice President of Trust Solutions

New role strengthens Numeracle’s mission to return trust to customer communications.

NEWS published BY NUMERACLE ON:
August 1, 2022 9:00 AM

McLean, Va., Aug. 1, 2022 – Numeracle Inc. (“Numeracle” or the “Company”), the pioneer of Verified Identity™ for communications, today announced Sarah Delphey has joined the Company as Vice President of Trust Solutions.

With a decade of experience in risk mitigation and customer policy creation, Sarah joins Numeracle to lead the creation of the Company’s customer due diligence strategy and trust solutions in collaboration with its product and client engagement teams. In her role, she will focus on expanding Numeracle’s Entity Identity Management™ platform through enhanced Know Your Customer (“KYC”) toolsets and drive digital identity innovation to enhance trust in customer communications. 

“It is obvious what is most needed within the telecom industry today are ways to identify trustworthy callers,” said Pierce Gorman, Distinguished Member of the Numeracle Technical Staff. “I look forward to working with Sarah to develop tools that make trusted identity information available to providers and consumers of all types of communications channels so that a caller’s reputation can be established, known, and trusted.”

“It is incredibly exciting to join Numeracle and further its rich history of innovation in enterprise identity and trusted communications,” said Sarah Delphey, VP of Trust Solutions, Numeracle. "Communications providers and platforms are faced with the challenging mission of concurrently scaling business processes while enhancing understanding of customers and traffic. Finding the resources and expertise to build solutions or navigate systems in-house can be incredibly costly for service providers and callers, with upkeep quickly taking over operations and development calendars as the pace of change continues to increase. I am very excited to see Numeracle respond to these dynamics with the creation of a role dedicated to working with partners across the industry to build scalable and effective solutions to restore consumer trust in communications."

“Introducing the first role in the industry focused on trust solutions for communications, Sarah’s passion and pioneering efforts in this space will lead our team to define and maintain KYC policies to drive U.S. and global adoption of new entity verification standards,” said Rebekah Johnson, Founder & CEO, Numeracle. “A well-respected, visionary in this field, we’re honored to welcome Sarah to Numeracle’s leadership team, and look forward to solving ongoing entity verification challenges together by engaging with industry groups, wireless carriers, federal regulators, and lawmakers.”

Prior to joining Numeracle, Ms. Delphey served most recently as Director, Abuse and Risk Operations at Bandwidth Inc. where she was responsible for driving overall fraud and risk management strategies and customer lifecycle management as well as leading the Fraud, Risk, and Campaign Support teams. 

For more information on Numeracle’s mission to return trust and transparency to communications, visit www.numeracle.com/about

About Numeracle

Numeracle's Entity Identity Management™ (EIM) and Verified Identity™ platform empower the delivery of legal, wanted communications. By working with technology providers, carriers, device manufacturers, analytics companies, and others, we provide visibility, control, and management across the major stakeholders influencing communications delivery to give businesses control over their brand's identity. Core competencies include prevention and management of improper blocking and labeling, KYC-based entity verification and credentialing for STIR/SHAKEN, and branded communications through rich call data (RCD). To learn more, visit www.numeracle.com.

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