OpenPayd Bolsters Team With Former VP of Sales at Currencycloud
- APIs , People Moves
- 05.05.2020 10:49 am
OpenPayd, the API-led Banking-as-a-Service provider, today announces the appointment of Digby Try as the new Head of Sales. With over two decades of cross-border payments experience, Digby will bring invaluable insight to the team driving OpenPayd’s next phase of growth.
Prior to joining OpenPayd, Digby was Vice President of EMEA Sales at Currencycloud. In his seven-year tenure, Digby was responsible for developing and leading the company’s sales strategy—creating the highly effective sales team that were responsible for delivering many marquee accounts. Under his guidance, Currencycloud continually landed new business and enjoyed consistent revenue growth.
Digby’s extensive experience and payments expertise will be instrumental in directing OpenPayd’s sales strategy, as the company unlocks banking and payments for businesses. Digby will not only shape the company’s plans for expansion but implement an ambitious sales plan to further the company’s growth.
“As sky-high consumer expectations continue to put pressure on payment systems within businesses, we continue to alleviate this pressure by making things simple. With Digby’s knowledge of the industry, and growth mindset we’ll ensure businesses globally benefit from simpler payments infrastructure” said Iana Dimitrova, CEO of OpenPayd. “Having Digby on-board will propel our growth within the market.
Digby has over 20 years’ experience in transforming the global payments landscape. During his tenures at XE.com, Moneycorp, and Currencycloud, he has been consulted and advised on the implementation of new products that will change the market dynamic, as well as delivering countless successful growth strategies.
“Despite the challenges all businesses are facing right now, it’s an exciting time to join OpenPayd,” said Digby Try, Head of Sales at OpenPayd. “I’m looking forward to working with a passionate executive team to bring OpenPayd’s impressive suite of services and technology to more customers.”