February 7, 2013, 9:37 AM

Kount's Chief Operating Officer Will Retire

Steven W. Rouse will retire Feb. 28, 2013.

BOISE, Idaho – January 30, 2013 – Boise based Kount Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Keynetics Inc., announced today that Chief Operating Officer Steven W. Rouse will retire from the company February 28, 2013.  Rouse served as Chief Operating Officer from Kount’s inception in 2008. Prior to Kount, he was Chief Operating Officer of sister company ClickBank.com, a major eBook retailer and one of the world’s largest affiliate networks.

CEO Brad Wiskirchen said, “On behalf of the Kount Board and the entire organization, I would like to thank Steve for his outstanding leadership.  For the last 11 years Steve has successfully helped to guide both Kount and sister company ClickBank.com to tremendous growth and market recognition through a wide range of initiatives. Kount finished 2012 with triple-digit growth in both revenue and new customers, doubled its transaction volume over the prior year, and established a more significant international footprint.  Thanks to his strong leadership, the company is well positioned for future growth.  We wish him the very best."

About Kount
Kount helps businesses boost sales by reducing fraud. Kount is a SaaS-based platform that simplifies the creation and management of an effective risk management strategy, and helps online businesses accept more orders. Kount’s turnkey fraud platform is easy-to-implement and easy-to-use. Kount’s proprietary technology has reviewed hundreds of millions of transactions and provides maximum protection for some of the world’s best-known brands. Merchants using Kount can accept more orders from more people in more places than ever before. For more information about Kount, please visit www.kount.com.

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