Corillian Corporation Tuesday announced that Edmund P. Jensen, has been appointed to its Board of Directors. With this new appointment, the number of directors on the Corillian board expands to seven.
Mr. Jensen, was formerly President and CEO of Visa International for six years. Prior to Visa, Mr. Jensen spent 20 years at US Bancorp, serving in various capacities, most recently as Vice Chairman and COO. Other positions included Group Vice President of National Industries Inc. and Director of Financial Analysis at Dole Co., Honolulu, Hawaii. Mr. Jensen has also served as an Officer in the US Army.
Jensen graduated with a BA in Finance from the University of Washington and has performed significant civic leadership activities in the Portland, Oregon area.
“Ed’s tremendous knowledge and management experience in the payments industry and background in developing internet payment and security solutions for the financial services industry makes him a huge asset to our board,” commented Ted Spooner, Chairman and CEO of Corillian. “We expect his guidance to be extremely helpful as Corillian expands its sales channels and product offerings to meet the eFinance needs of financial institutions worldwide.”
“I have admired the management team and the progress Corillian has made over the past couple of years in our dynamic market of eFinance,” Mr. Jensen said. “Corillian is a real industry innovator, and I am excited to join such an experienced and talented group of professionals.”
Based in Beaverton, Oregon, Corillian is a leading provider of next-generation Internet-based technology solutions that fulfill the eFinance needs of the Financial Services industry. The Voyager Application Server is built on the Windows NT operating system. The Voyager eFinance Suite supports Internet-based banking, bill payment, brokerage, bill presentment, one-to-one marketing, and small business, as well as support for OFX-enabled personal financial managers like Quicken(R) and Microsoft(R) Money. For more information on Corillian, visit .Details