Rego Payment Architectures, Inc. Announces Kirk Bradley To Head Technology Board Of Advisors And David Aparo As Interim CTO

Rego Payment Architectures, Inc. (Rego) (OTCQB: RPMT) announces that Kirk Bradley will join the Technology Board of Advisors. Mr. Bradley has spent much of the last 30 years evaluating technology solutions. Mr. Bradley is an Executive Technical Advisor at Oracle Corporation. He is one of the original technologists there and among the longest-serving employees of Oracle. Mr. Bradley’s new role has him interfacing directly with the developers. His expert insight has already averted issues with internationalization and product growth. Kirk continues to mentor and aid the development team in fine-tuning our product through his broad knowledge and mastery in the technology realm. 


As a father, a techie and an experienced market watcher, Mr. Bradley states that he is very excited to work with Oink’s tech team. He believes with their innovative and compelling e-commerce solution for the youth market, the Oink platform will have a substantial impact on the 80 million plus 18 and under consumers. He also commented, “Oink is working to provide a platform to aid children with financial responsibility and literacy and to make adults active participants in providing that aid. Oink, uniquely, is making COPPA compliance a major part of their offering which helps websites and other online services comply with the law and still have a financial relationship with children and parents. It’s a win, win, win proposition.”


The company also announces David Aparo as Interim CTO. David has been with REGO for over three years. He started as the Manager of Development Operations and was promoted to Director, Development Operations and Quality Assurance. Prior to REGO, Mr. Aparo worked in several leadership positions in the Information Technology field in both the Government and private sectors where he managed projects ranging in complexity from a single website to large and complex secure networks. Since onboarding with REGO, David has seen the technology morph into a more modular and maintainable codebase that is more usable and versatile than ever. 


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