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Detected appoints fintech and payments leader as Chief Revenue Officer

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New hire is a key milestone in Detected’s ambition to revolutionise onboarding in the payments industry

London, 3rd August 2022: Detected, the London-based fintech that provides frictionless global business onboarding, today announces that it has hired Top 100 Women in Fintech, Rebecca Duckworth, as Chief Revenue Officer.

Rebecca joins with over 25 years of experience working in digital transformation across the payments, fintech and software sectors, and most notably spent six years working in Leadership roles at Fiserv, the global fintech and payments company. 

Rebecca has also held senior roles at Intuit, QV Systems and Digital Insight.

Throughout her career, Rebecca has worked at both start-ups and multinationals, and has been responsible for developing and driving strategies around product development, business and market development and sales. At Detected, she will be responsible for enhancing the go to market strategy which will cover everything from marketing to customer relationships, product strategy, sales development, and ultimately, ensuring business growth.

Detected, which was founded in July 2020, utilises a unique algorithm which utilises over 1,700 data sources to create a detailed and accurate profile of any business in the world. It supplements this with information that can be added by the business that is being onboarded. In doing so, Detected enables a frictionless, almost instant, onboarding process. Testament to its success, Detected has already partnered with payments giant, Visa.

 Rebecca Duckworth, Chief Revenue Officer at Detected, comments:

“Throughout my career I have been attracted to businesses that have three key criteria: a strong and supportive company culture; the opportunity to challenge my own skills and grow those of the people around me; have a strong proposition and problem to solve. Detected has all of these in abundance.”

“Detected is not only changing businesses’ operational processes through enabling frictionless onboarding, but also reimagining workplace culture. I am thrilled to be joining the company at such a pivotal moment in its growth and look forward to playing a part in its journey.”

Liam Chennells, Chief Executive Officer at Detected, comments:

“Rebecca is a vastly experienced operator in the Fintech space. Her belief in our product, is a credit to our technology team.

“It makes me proud that we are attracting such high calibre team members. I am excited to work with and learn from her.”

 

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