Wyatt becomes Quotient’s eighth board member and brings substantial experience and knowledge to the board.
Quotient Technology, a leader in the promotions industry, announced that Christy Wyatt, President and CEO of Dtex Systems, will be joining its Board of Directors.
Before becoming President and CEO of Dtex Systems, a behavior intelligence and insider threat detection security company, Wyatt was President and CEO of Good Technology, a mobile security company that was acquired by Blackberry in 2015. Prior to that, she held several leadership positions at Citigroup, Motorola, Apple, Palm and Sun Microsystems.
Mir Aamir, President and Chief Executive Officer of Quotient Technology, said, “We’re thrilled to have Christy join our Board of Directors. Christy’s deep experience in technology will prove invaluable as we continue to expand our digital solutions for our retail partners and CPG customers while enhancing our flagship consumer property, Coupons.com.”
Wyatt is Quotient’s eighth board member. The other seven include: Steven Boal, Mir Aamir, Jody Gessow, Steve Horowitz, Michelle McKenna, David Oppenheimer, and Scott Raskin.
Christy Wyatt said, “It’s an exciting time for retailers and CPG brands as they look to transform their businesses to compete in today’s environment. I look forward to bringing my experience in technology and mobile to Quotient as the company continues to innovate and stay in front of this large technological shift. I can’t think of a more exciting time to join Quotient’s board of directors.”
Wyatt also serves on the boards of Abilities United, a nonprofit that works with the developmentally disabled and their families, as well as Centrify, a leading identity and access management solution provider.
Wyatt has not gone without recognition for her achievements. In 2015, Inc. Magazine named her one of the Top 50 Women Entrepreneurs in America. In 2011, she was names one of the “Most Influential Women in Wireless” by FierceWireless.