April 2, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. (Nasdaq: JKHY), a leading provider of technology solutions and payment processing services primarily for the financial services industry, today announced that
John N. Venzon
has assumed the executive position of general manager of Internet solutions which has been performed by Vernon E. "Pete"
July 1, 2007
April 30, 2013
will retire from
& Associates after serving the company in a variety of progressive roles since 1995.
In his new role, Mr. Venzon will provide executive oversight of the development and support of the company's growing array of solutions that support financial institutions' Internet, mobile, and tablet channels. Mr. Venzon will join the company's senior management team that currently encompasses 14 functionally aligned general managers and he will report to
, president of
& Associates' suite of Internet banking solutions includes online banking and cash management; mobile and tablet; retail and small business electronic bill payment; person-to-person payment; online account opening; online financial management (OFM); electronic invoicing and receivables; electronic statement generation and delivery; Web site design, hosting, and maintenance; multiple authentication and security solutions; and a variety of add-on applications.
According to Mr. Wormington, "Our best-of-suite online and mobile banking solutions provide the strategic components of a comprehensive e-commerce strategy that financial institutions must offer in order to attract and serve today's convenience-driven consumers and to effectively compete. As this product suite continues to grow, as the individual solutions inherently become more sophisticated and complex, and as the number of financial institutions depending on these customer-facing solutions continues to increase we are excited to have someone of John's caliber to take these dynamic solutions to the next-level. We are confident John's background and experience will enable him to make immediate tactical and strategic contributions."