Clint Cady Bio


Clint Cady


Clint has been with W. Capra since 2011 and has taken on many roles in leading our consulting team in delivering merchant-focused solutions to our clients. He has extensive experience helping both card-present and card-not-present merchants with retail transformation conversions, loyalty and consumer engagement, and security and compliance initiatives. Leveraging his breadth of knowledge in EMV, fraud, encryption, and tokenization, Clint helps omni-channel merchants prepare and navigate the multi-layered security journey across many verticals.

Outside of work, Clint loves traveling with his family while also cheering on the Kentucky Wildcats.

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