PULSE EFT Association announced the appointment of Carrie Brown to the post of vice president of information systems.
Brown will coordinate transaction research and will be involved in the integration and implementation of new technologies. Brown has an extensive background in PULSE operations, having served for more than 10 years as manager of switch technical services at Chase Bank of Texas, operator of the PULSE switch.
“The vast firsthand experience that Carrie Brown has in our core business, the switching and settling of millions of transactions each day, combined with her insights into innovative ways to use electronic payment technology to anticipate and meet consumer demand, will be of great benefit to the network and its members,” said Stan Paur, PULSE president and CEO.
PULSE EFT Association serves more than 2,000 banks, credit unions and savings and loans in a nine-state primary service area including Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas. The network processes in excess of 45 million transactions monthly and features more than 46,500 ATMs and 260,000 point-of-sale (POS) terminals across the country.Details