SOURCE: Eturi Corp.

Eturi Corp.

June 30, 2016 08:30 ET

IT Veteran Jon Nicholls Joins Eturi Corp. as CIO

Eturi Corp. Expands Executive Team to Support Platform Development

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwired - June 30, 2016) - Jon Nicholls, the former Senior Vice President of Business Intelligence and Global Technology Operations at Bank of America, announced today that he has joined the San Diego-based Eturi Corporation as Chief Information Officer. This announcement comes on the heels of a statement made by the company earlier this week of their plans to extend patented solutions into advanced mobile management markets. Nicholls will be responsible for advancing the company through this transition by bringing mobile device management into business enterprise markets and launching European operations.

Eturi Corp., formerly known as ParentsWare, Inc., is best known for developing the top-rated parental control application, OurPact, which allows parents to remotely manage children's device access across all network connections. Since the application's launch in February 2015, they have grown to support over 720,000 users globally.

"Within minutes of reviewing Eturi's existing architecture, I knew I wanted to invest in and work for the company," Nicholls states. "As a technologist, and father, mobile security is not just a concern of mine, it's a passion. Their existing system is breakthrough, and underpinned by an amazing team and company ethos. I can't wait to help Eturi ascend to its full potential."

Nicholls joins Eturi's management team with an impressive CV. In addition to developing cutting-edge threat intelligence programs in his role at Bank of America, Nicholls has also worked in a number of key consultancy roles. Most notably, he founded Yanex Ltd., a high-security IT enterprise that was acquired by a publicly traded group in 2008. His successful track record of managing critical assets across the globe prove him as an ideal candidate to lead Eturi's software into growing business markets, where significant gaps in usability and control are known to exist.

While Eturi Corp. plans to initiate expansion with a solution catering to small to medium-sized businesses, the optimal user experience and performance that brought their family solution success will not be sacrificed. "Our developments are going to redefine the way mobile devices, applications, identities and data are managed, regardless of sector or context," Nicholls shares. With Nicholls joining the existing talent at Eturi Corp., it is clear the software company will soon make its mark on a global scale.

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