ACH Alert announced today that Kim A. Bruck, AAP, joined the company as Vice President of Business Development.
"Kim is a recognized leader and educator in fighting financial fraud and that makes her the right person to introduce our company's fraud prevention products," said Debbie Peace, CEO, ACH Alert. In making the announcement Peace said ACH Alert's software products are on the forefront of ACH fraud prevention and the company is committed to building a capable team as part of it national growth strategy.
Prior to joining ACH Alert, Bruck served as Manager for Association Services Member Support for Viewpointe, LLC. She has also served as Senior Director of Education and Annual Payments Conference for the Wisconsin Automated Clearing House Association (WACHA). Prior to working for Regional Payments Association's, Bruck has over 20 years experience working in the financial industry both for banks and credit unions. Bruck has served on the National Automated Clearing House Association's (NACHA) Network Entry Topics Risk Management Product Group, the Account Takeover Task Force with FS-ISAC and Internet Council.
"ACH Alert and their software technologies are on the leading edge of fraud mitigation and I look forward to introducing and educating the financial marketplace in the western states about these important software products," said Bruck.
In making the announcement about Ms. Bruck, Peace said ACH Alert's products are becoming increasingly popular among banks noting two recent agreements with Kansas City-based UMB Bank, n.a., a subsidiary of UMB Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: UMBF) and Green Bay, WI-based Associated Banc-Corp (NASDAQ: ASBC), to provide commercial accounts with real-time, actionable alerts when an ACH debit is presented for payment.