Source: D3 Banking
D3 Banking, a leading innovator in data driven digital™ banking, has selected Doug Parr to be vice president of sales.
In this role, Parr will develop and implement strategies to grow profitability and revenue. Parr brings more than 25 years of experience to D3 Banking, including leadership roles in financial services, payments and security.
“D3 Banking is leading the largest replacement efforts of its kind in the digital banking era, and the addition of an industry veteran like Doug will reinforce and continue this strong momentum,” said Mark Vipond, CEO of D3 Banking. “Offering a comprehensive and modern digital platform is no longer an option for financial institutions, it’s securing their futures. Our consumer and small business banking solutions are industry benchmarks for scalability and configurability chosen by leading financial institutions such as Arvest Bank, First Tennessee Bank, IBERIABANK and others as the foundation for their digital strategy. Doug will be instrumental in spearheading our effort to help more banks and credit unions differentiate themselves competitively.”
Prior to joining D3 Banking, Parr was chief revenue officer of Prairie Cloudware, where he managed a wide range of departments including sales, corporate development, and marketing. Parr also served as senior vice president at Entersekt, and was senior vice president and general manager for the Americas Payments Division of S1 Corporation, where he doubled revenue in three years. Additionally, Parr spent 18 years with ACI Worldwide in a variety of senior and management positions, serving customer communities both domestically and in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
“After leading many large and pioneering efforts in financial services, I’ve learned to identify the technology innovators that will make lasting improvements in our industry,” explained Parr. “D3 Banking is such an organization, and its solutions - the most modern in the industry - are redefining the digital landscape. The company recently migrated more than one million digital end users in two of the largest replacement projects of their kind in recent history. More banks and credit unions are planning their digital transformations, and I look forward to partnering with them to establish the foundation they need to define their digital future.”
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