NEW YORK, December 17, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – CheckAlt, the leading independent provider of payment processing solutions in the United States, today announced its continued investment in top talent with the hiring of Rachel’s Book as Chief People Officer, as well as the addition of industry experts Laurence Dunne, Adam halliday, Joanne kaelin, and Chuck ross to support its growth trajectory.
With over 20 years of experience in acquiring talent and human resources roles in a myriad of industries, Rachel’s Book Extensive experience in implementing effective and inclusive human practices at companies such as Stryker, Fidelity Investments, Bloomberg LP and AT&T sets the stage for her new role as Chief Human Resources Officer at CheckAlt.
“CheckAlt’s core values of disruption, collaboration and ingenuity are hallmarks of a company truly committed to innovation in the service of its customers,” said Book. “People are essential to the success of CheckAlt and I am thrilled to join the leadership team to empower all employees to perform their best, develop their talents and continue to advance the priorities of the company. “
Laurence Dunne recently joined CheckAlt as Director of Product Management, leveraging his more than 20 years of product management work for FinTech companies including Intercept Merchant Services, FIS, and NTT Data, to oversee the strong CheckAlt’s API library and its continued investment in value-added APIs that connect financial institutions and fintechs. “I am excited about the opportunity to drive the growth of CheckAlt’s core products and take them to the next level,” he said. “I also believe we are well positioned to expand and deliver new products that will help position CheckAlt for the next generation of growth. “
In close collaboration with Dunne, Adam halliday brings 25 years of financial technology product management experience to his new role as Senior Product Manager, having championed automation, technology integrations and APIs at Fiserv. “I joined CheckAlt for the opportunity to work with a company that is uniquely positioned to understand the ongoing demands of check processing while helping clients achieve their digital transformation,” said Halliday.
Joanne kaelin spent more than two decades at JPMorgan Chase, most recently as vice president and director of the financial institution’s proposal group. “I am delighted to have the opportunity to join the CheckAlt team as they continue to be the standard in payments for banks, credit unions and fintech companies,” he said. she declared.
the new SVP of CheckAlt process improvement, Chuck ross, has over 30 years of experience managing lockbox operations, customer service and implementations at PNC Bank and most recently US Bank. “When I saw the breadth of CheckAlt’s services, I was delighted to join the team and bring my experience to ensuring the efficiency of CheckAlt’s operations,” said Ross.
These latest additions to CheckAlt’s list reflect the culmination of a strong and transformative year for the company. “CheckAlt continues to understand that the best companies are created by team members”, Shaï Stern, Co-Chairman and CEO of CheckAlt, said. “I am incredibly grateful for the talent we have and excited to enter 2022 with the talent who has joined our team.”
CheckAlt is the largest independent provider of debt management, payment and deposit processing solutions in the United States, serving more than 1,000 clients in a wide range of industries, including financial institutions of all sizes, property management, health, utilities, municipalities and non-profit organizations. Operating as a payment channel and demographic agnostic, CheckAlt processes check payments while supporting electronic payment needs that accelerate digital transformation. CheckAlt’s solutions include PO Box processing on a nationwide network of hub-and-spoke processing sites, consolidated item processing, integrated treasury solutions and mobile capture services. Learn more at https://www.checkalt.com.
Tiffany Cavalier, CheckAlt, +1 310-663-7062, [email protected]