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Ingenico names Matthias Schulz CTO

19 October 2010  |  2291 views  |  0 Source: Ingenico

Ingenico (Euronext : FR0000125346 - ING), the leading worldwide provider of payment solutions, today announces the appointment of Matthias Schulz as the company's new Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and member of the Management Board, reporting to Philippe Lazare, CEO Ingenico.

Matthias will be in charge of defining the Group payment and value added transactions infrastructure roadmap, and of leading its implementation. He will work in close relationship with the entities and the managers of the Group involved in transaction management, in order to set up and ensure required performance and efficiency of our infrastructure to fulfil our customer needs.

I am very pleased to welcome Matthias Schulz in his new role of CTO" commented Philippe Lazare, CEO Ingenico, "Matthias was the CIO of easycash and has successfully implemented the project that enables easycash to have its independent processing system. We look forward having his strong contribution to prepare the future technical grounds of our services offer".

Matthias Schulz, 47 years old, holds a Dipl.-Inform. (univ) / MSCS in computer science from the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany. He started his career as IT manager and application developer for Bischoff Logistics Systems Holding GmbH in Nuremberg, Germany. He then was project manager at INA Wälzlager Schaeffler KG. In 1999, he joined, as head of banking applications, Quellebank, later Entrium Direct Bankers AG, which merged with DiBa to the ING DiBa Germany. After three years as CIO of ING DiBa Austria, Matthias joined in 2008 easycash, an Ingenico company.

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