May 23, 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
Ron L. Moses
has been named general manager of Imaging Solutions. This executive position was vacated by
Stacey E. Zengel
who was named general manager of OutLink Processing Services™, which encompasses the company's outsourced information and transaction processing services.
Mr. Moses joined
& Associates in 1999 through the acquisition of BancTec Financial Systems where he had been employed since 1989. He has served
& Associates in a variety of progressive roles for the past 15 years, most recently as senior director of Software Engineering for Jack Henry Banking
. In his new role, Mr. Moses will provide executive oversight of the development and support of the company's growing array of imaging solutions that support financial institutions' check, document, and report imaging requirements. He will also oversee the development and operations of the company's image conversion solutions.
Mr. Moses joins the company's senior management team that currently encompasses 14 functionally aligned general managers and he will report to
, president of
According to Mr. Wormington, "Our imaging solutions enable diverse financial institutions and businesses outside the financial services industry to securely capture, store, retrieve, and distribute electronic documents, check images, and report data. The ability to replace paper with a secure, central repository of imaged documents and immediate desktop delivery of those archived documents materially improves our clients' enterprise-wide productivity and effectiveness, streamlines their operations, supports better-informed and more timely business decisions, and enhances customer service and responsiveness. Imaging solutions are rapidly advancing as the supporting technologies evolve and we are confident that Ron has the experience and the forward-thinking approach we need to ensure our imaging solutions remain leading-edge."