Bottomline names Chris Peck MD, banking, Emea

Source: Bottomline Technologies

Bottomline Technologies (NASDAQ: EPAY), a leading provider of collaborative payment, invoice and document automation solutions, today at EuroFinance's 17th Annual Conference on International Cash and Treasury Management announced that Chris Peck has been named Managing Director of the company's banking team for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

For banks, delivering greater strategic value to corporate clients requires a transition away from long-standing, siloed approaches to cash management products and services. Offering a single, integrated platform for originating and managing transaction and information reporting activity, Bottomline's award-winning WebSeries® Global Cash Management Platform delivers the security, reliability and scalability large financial institutions require to retain key clients and bring to market the types of products they require to address emerging market opportunities.

Mr. Peck, who has served as a member of Bottomline's senior leadership team in Europe since 2000, has worked closely with large corporations, including many FTSE and Fortune 100 accounts, to help guide their treasury and cross-border payments strategies. As managing director of Bottomline's banking team in Europe, Mr. Peck will play an important role in helping the company to serve growing demand for its banking products and services in the region.

"What differentiates Bottomline is our unique ability to be a partner to the world's largest banks, and through a combination of our product capabilities, on-staff experts and proven planning and implementation processes, help them achieve their strategic objectives for payments and cash management," said Rob Eberle, President and CEO, Bottomline Technologies. "As our presence in Europe continues to grow, Chris' leadership and knowledge of this important market will be instrumental in enabling us to support our banking and financial services customers and prospects across the region."

 

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