Autoscribe Corporation Appoints Myles Locke as Chief Financial Officer
January 25, 2016
JACKSONVILLE, FL – January 25, 2016 – Autoscribe Corporation, provider of PaymentVision and Lyons Commercial Data, announced that Myles Locke has joined its organization to serve as its Chief Financial Officer. Locke has spent the last 17 years in various leadership roles in payments, finance, and card processing, including Vice President of Finance and Vice President of Corporate Development responsibilities at Global Payments.
In his role at Autoscribe Corporation, Locke will provide strategic financial direction for the company to meet the needs of customers and future prospects and will be a part of the executive team, reporting to Chief Executive Officer Robert Pollin.
“We are very pleased to have Myles Locke joining our team,” said Autoscribe Chief Executive Officer Robert Pollin. “Myles is an experienced and talented CFO with substantial background in payments and technology, servicing multiple markets including healthcare, auto finance, consumer finance, banking and credit unions, and collections and receivables. His track record demonstrates an ability to create value and growth for organizations, and we look forward to Myles leveraging his expertise to enhance our organization.”
“I am very excited to be joining Autoscribe Corporation and its leadership team,” said Myles Locke, newly appointed Chief Financial Officer for Autoscribe. “Autoscribe is a company with tremendous capabilities, talented team members, and market leadership positions in a growing industry. There is great opportunity to continue building on the company’s success as the leader in payments and financial technology.”
About Autoscribe Corporation
Autoscribe Corporation is a leading financial services company and payment processor. With more than two decades of innovation and leadership in the financial technology industry, Autoscribe offers a full suite of tools through PaymentVision and Lyons Commercial Data to help their customers grow their business, simplify payment processing, mitigate risk, and ensure compliance. Recently named to the Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest growing private companies in the nation, Autoscribe has thousands of customers and processes more than $2 billion in transactions annually. For more information, please visit http://www.autoscribe.com; follow Autoscribe on Twitter @AutoscribeCorp or on LinkedIn at http://www.linkedin.com/company/autoscribe; or call 855-289-2815.
PaymentVision is a biller-direct, PCI-certified, electronic payment gateway provider. PaymentVision offers clients the unified ability to accept ACH, check, and credit or debit card payments, by phone, or through Internet channels. PaymentVision solutions handle billions of dollars for thousands of financial institutions, large and small nationwide including, credit unions, banks, consumer finance, and collection agencies. For more information, please visit www.paymentvision.com; follow PaymentVision on Twitter @PaymentVision or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/paymentvision; or call 800-345-7243.
About Lyons Commercial Data
Lyons Commercial Data is a leading provider of quality U.S. financial institution data, including all current ABA routing numbers and other information critical to transaction processing. Lyons Commercial Data also offers proven solutions to financial institutions, payment processors, and other businesses, to assist them in optimizing their ACH processes, managing risk, and fraud mitigation. For more information, please visit http://www.lyonslive.com; follow Lyons Commercial Data on Twitter @LyonsData or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/lyonscommercialdata; or call 800-684-0388.
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