Dublin, Ireland, 18th June, 2014 – Alpha Payments Cloud have today announced that Sandra Green and Matt Williamson have joined the company to further develop their growing portfolio of international accounts. Sandra and Matt bring with them a wealth of over twenty years in corporate account experience, joining Alpha Payments Cloud from Experian and Transaction Network Services, respectively.
Sandra joins Alpha Payments Cloud from Experian, where she headed up the company’s overall global strategy and led the sales teams for eCommerce and Gaming. Sandra is hugely experienced in overseeing the delivery of fully compliant solutions for customer on-boarding, validation, age and ID verification, fraud prevention and anti-money laundering technology.
Sandra Green commented, “Alpha Payments Cloud offers online businesses the chance to connect and simplify their existing and new services, all via a single integration. I could immediately see the value this would bring to businesses and I am truly excited to be delivering such value to our clients.”
Matt joins Alpha Payments Cloud from Transaction Network Services, where he ascended through the ranks and played integral roles both in the North American and Asia Pacific regions. Matt is a senior payment strategy expert with over 10 years of experience working in the payments industry. He has an extensive background in selling and managing large merchant and financial institution accounts, in POS card present, e-commerce card not-present (CNP), m-commerce (mobile) and Omni-channel payments.
Matt Williamson commented, “Payments has long been overcomplicated for merchants who would prefer to focus on core business activities but still require the very best payment and risk management solutions the market has to offer. The resultant need for consolidation and simplification is what Alpha Payments Cloud has solved by developing the world’s first omniCommerce marketplace. I am excited about what the future holds for Alpha Payments Cloud, its partners and most of all its customers.”