Provo, UT (PRWEB) August 28, 2013
MoneyDesktop, a provider of online banking-based personal financial management (PFM), data analytics and marketing solutions, has enhanced its management team by hiring Jim Kern as vice president of business development.
In his position, Kern is partially responsible for developing enterprise sales efforts, as well as developing and maintaining relationships with MoneyDesktop’s integration partners. Kern has more than 28 years of sales and management experience in the financial technology industry, working with and generating revenue for successful public, private and start-up technology companies. Prior to joining MoneyDesktop, Kern served as executive managing director for ITRS America, Inc., a provider of health, performance and capacity of business critical systems to organizations inside the financial services industry. Before that, Kern held senior leadership positions with BISYS Information Services, British Telecom's Financial Trading Group, Open Solutions and OneBridge.
“Jim brings significant value to the MoneyDesktop team with a rich background in building and managing successful FinTech companies,” said Dave Jaynes, president of MoneyDesktop. “Through his years of experience, Jim has forged strong relationships that will help further grow our partnership network. His addition enables us to continue to drive the adoption of our PFM, marketing and analytics platforms among financial institutions and help banks and credit unions provide their account holders with the resources they need to make more educated financial decisions.”
MoneyDesktop (MD) is redefining the way millions of people interact with their finances by developing software technologies that drive the financial engagement between account holders and financial institutions. Through its award-winning PFM, MD is the leading provider of online and mobile money management solutions and has become the fastest-growing provider of its kind. By integrating directly into online banking, core, and payment platforms, MD positions banks, credit unions and payment providers as financial hubs and offers tools that dramatically impact loan volume, user acquisition and wallet-share. MD currently partners with more than 400 financial institutions and 27 Online Banking/Core/Payment Network providers.