Integrated Biometrics makes CFO change
24 July 2017 20:15 GMT

Lightweight biometric fingerprint sensors firm Integrated Biometrics has tapped finance industry expert Tom McCabe for the position of CFO, with former CFO Jerry Zuzolo retiring.

In a statement, IB noted that the positions should be a straightforward switch.

“Tom has a multi-disciplined background in finance, manufacturing, information technology, and administration that perfectly complements an organization like ours,” said Stephen Thies, Chief Executive Officer of Integrated Biometrics. “We are thrilled to have someone of his caliber join our team, especially with the dedication and results that Jerry has delivered for us in the past. Those are big shoes to fill, and Tom is the perfect person keep us growing and successful.”

McCabe most recently served as the owner and general manager of the McCabe Resource Group, providing Chief Financial Officer services to startup and early stage companies as well as due diligence and reviews for private equity investors. He is a mentor at Tulsa, Oklahoma’s BetaBlox business incubator, and has served as Vice President in multiple capacities at Flint Services, a holding company with subsidiaries in oil and gas and commercial construction, as well as a variety of management roles at Purolator Products.

“One of the advantages of running a consulting organization is that you see a lot of companies, both good and struggling,” noted McCabe. “Once in a while, an exceptional one comes along. For me, that is Integrated Biometrics. I can’t wait to get started with this tremendous company as part of its executive team.”

McCabe is a graduate of Wake Forest University, with a Master of Business Administration from the University of Florida. He and his wife look forward to moving back to the Carolinas.