Cardinal Software appoints Suzette Junier VP, compliance
26 July 2006 | 1775 views | 0
Source: Cardinal Software
Cardinal Software, Inc., the preferred turnkey solution for data processing in community banks, today announced that Suzette Junier has joined the company as Vice President of Compliance.
As a part of Cardinal's Solutions Consulting Team, Ms. Junier will provide compliance guidance to prospects and customers. She will also work with clients to identify areas where Cardinal Software can better serve their needs in general and consult with the development staff on providing the tools to do so.
CEO Jace Day said, "Our goal at Cardinal Software is to be more than a technology supplier for our customers. Ensuring we provide resources that enhance our suite of integrated products and services is one of the ways we do this. Having been a community banker for so many years, Suzette truly understands the challenges our customers face, especially around compliance. I am therefore delighted with her decision to join our team."
Suzette Junier comes to Cardinal Software with an extensive background of over 25 years in community banking. Her previous roles include Senior Vice President of North Bay and The Vintage Bank, Vice President with SierraWest Bank, Vice President of Information Services and Operations Administrator for Continental Pacific Bank, and various management positions with Fremont Bank. She also served in leadership roles within the Western States ITI User Group for a number of years. In her most recent position as Strategic Services Manager with Fiserv/ITI, Ms. Junier provided strategic services consulting to C-level executives utilizing the ITI core solution.
"The management team at Cardinal has a proven reputation with customers and prospects for making customer service and customer needs the basis of the partnership" said Ms. Junier. "I am excited to have the opportunity to work for an organization that goes beyond offering technology solutions to financial institutions and focuses on the entire customer experience."