Online mobile payments and identity verification company Jumio has announced that it had cleared over $200 million in bookings last year. The company also reported that it had closed both the largest new deal and the largest total deal in the company’s history in Q4 2022.
Jumio’s CEO, Robert Prigge, said the performance in 2022 and clearing $200 million in bookings speaks to the growth of the identity industry and also of the company’s clear role as the leader in the space.
Despite the challenging global environment, Jumio has continued to manage its business closely and focus on execution, allowing the company to evolve with the climate and continue to pay off. As a result, the company will further accelerate its investment in Jumio’s core technology and innovation in its ongoing mission to eradicate online fraud worldwide.
To support this mission, Jumio has made several key executive hires. Susan Walker joined Jumio as Chief Financial Officer in May, bringing more than 25 years of corporate, Wall Street and business strategy experience. Additionally, CTO Stuart Wells joined Jumio in April after nearly a decade at FICO, where he served as Executive Vice President and Chief Product & Technology Officer.
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