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William Snow has joined 41st Parameter as vice president of engineering. He will be responsible for product and quality assurance engineering, customer support and advocacy, and professional services.
41st Parameter Inc., a provider of fraud detection and prevention technology, has hired William Snow as vice president of engineering. He has experience with large enterprise organizations and several start-up companies. He will be responsible for the company`s product and quality assurance engineering, customer support and advocacy, and professional services.
Snow joins 41st Parameter from Identity Engines, an enterprise security firm acquired by Nortel Networks, where he was vice president of engineering and operations. At Identity Engines, Snow was responsible for hardware and software development, manufacturing operations, customer support, IT and quality assurance. Prior to Identity Engines, he served as director of engineering at Stoke, a software start-up that developed equipment for Internet service providers, taking responsibility for software development and quality assurance.
Founded in 2004, 41st Parameter provides fraud detection and prevention services to e-retailers, financial institutions, and sellers of travel services.