Tripp Rackley is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Kenzie Lane Innovation (KLI), based in Atlanta, Georgia. KLI develops technology companies with a focus on solving complex consumer needs. A graduate of Georgia Tech, Rackley is an entrepreneur with a background building and growing successful businesses. His first company was nFront, Inc., the pioneer of Internet banking, which he took public in 1999 and later merged with Digital Insight in 2000. The company was sold to Intuit in 2007 for $1.35 billion and then to NCR in 2014 for $1.65 billion. In 2005, Rackley founded Firethorn, the first mobile payments company. Firethorn was sold to chip giant QUALCOMM in November of 2007. Rackley’s next company, Experience, is an award-winning mobile technology company that empowers fans to personalize their live event experience. Founded by Rackley in 2011, Experience serves more than 350 sports and entertainment entities. The company was acquired in 2014. Clutch Technologies, which Rackley started in 2014, is the pioneer of subscription and mobility services software for the automotive industry. Now a Cox Automotive brand, Clutch serves dozens of automotive manufacturers and hundreds of dealers nationwide. Rackley has won many prestigious awards throughout his career including the Bank Technology News Innovators Hall of Fame and the MIT Distinguished Entrepreneur Achievement Award. He is also an inductee into the Technology Hall of Fame of Georgia and the TAG Fintech Hall of Fame.