Q2 Holdings announces leadership changes with new senior hires
Q2 Holdings, a US-based firm providing digital transformation solutions for banks and lenders, has announced changes to its leadership team with the appointments of Himagiri Mukkamala as chief development officer (CDO), Beth-Anne Bygum as chief information security officer (CISO) and Blair Williams as chief risk officer (CRO).
Mukkamala brings more than 25 years of experience in enterprise technology to his new role and previously served as general manager of Penguin Edge and CEO of Pelion, an Arm company. Prior to that, he also held senior leadership roles at GE Digital, Raaga Corp and Sybase.
As chief development officer, Mukkamala has been tasked with leading Q2’s product engineering teams and will report directly to the company’s president.
Bygum brings more than 30 years of experience to her new role and will be responsible for global information protection, product and application security, enterprise IT security, cyber defence and data protection strategy.
Williams joins Q2 from SS&C Technologies, where he served as managing director of risk and technology services. Prior to that, he worked as chief risk officer at DST Systems.
As CRO at Q2, a newly created position, Williams will be responsible for the company’s risk framework and policies, overseeing all risk management functions.
Q2 CEO Matt Flake says the appointments come at a “pivotal period” for the firm as it looks to scale and “capitalise on our growth potential”.