Daon, the Digital Identity Trust company,...
February 2023 by Marc Jacob
Daon announced important changes to its leadership team to drive continued growth and expansion of its core identity management business. Conor White is moving to a global role as President, New Industries. White most recently held the position of President, Americas and has been with the company since 2001. The company also announced that Robert (Bob) Long will join Daon to take over the role of President, Americas and become a member of its Board of Directors. Long was previously at Daon from 2015 to 2019, holding the position of Senior Vice President, Americas.
In his new role, White will lead Daon’s global strategy and operations around expansion into new markets, including industry verticals that have an existing demand for identity management as well as markets that have an emerging need for identity solutions. White is part of the core team that founded Daon, joining the company as Chief Technology Officer in 2001.
Returning to the company as President of the Americas, Robert (Bob) Long will head up sales, business development, customer success, marketing and operations for the region encompassing North America, South America and Latin American regions. Long most recently held the position of Chief Revenue Officer at Denver-based payment solutions company Member Access Processing (MAP). MAP is one of the largest payment and technology providers and the largest merchant acquirer processing companies that processes 20 billion transactions annually. Long has over 25 years of experience in financial services, payments, and technology, having held several management roles, including Senior Vice President of Financial Services at Vantiv and senior leadership roles at First Data Corporation and US Bank/Rocky Mountain BankCard.
White’s position as President, New Industries and Long’s position as President, Americas are both effective immediately.