Wausau Financial Systems appoints Nancy Langer president of payment solutions

Source: Wausau Financial Systems

Wausau Financial Systems (WFS), a leading financial systems and services provider, announces the addition of Nancy Langer as its President of Payment Solutions.

Langer will lead the software and services for WFS' market leading distributed capture solutions and payment processing and archive solutions. Additionally, Langer will identify and oversee customer-centric OEM and other strategic business opportunities.

WFS is the largest independent software and services provider for check image point of presentment across multiple capture points (Teller, Corporate, ATM, and Branch), and is the largest remittance technology provider to the financial institution and corporate marketplaces. Clients include BankNorth, Eastern Bank, International Bank of Commerce, PlainsCapital Bank, Omega Financial, Union Federal Bank, AT&T's RMO, Scholastic Corporation, and the Property Records and Revenue Department at Ramsey County.

WFS President and CEO Joe Delgadillo comments, "Nancy's knowledge and sound business practices are evidence of her impressive record of accomplishment. For nearly 20 years, Nancy has successfully shared her passion for the industry and possesses the drive to exceed marketplace demands. It is the customer who will truly benefit from Nancy's skills and abilities, and customer satisfaction is our priority."

Langer comments, "Wausau has a very long history of providing payments technology and services to financial institutions of all sizes. They have been leaders in delivering distributed capture and remittance to the marketplace and the Wausau team is best in class. I am excited about our ability to leverage our experience, broad product portfolio, and exceptional customer base to be the market leader in distributed capture and remittance solutions. As an independent provider that is singularly focused on payments, we are able to be nimble, innovative, and customer centered in our solutions and servicing to clients."

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