AAMVA’s Industry Advisory Board Announces the Appointment of John Wordingham as Chair

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John Wordingham of Qmatic has been named Chair of the Industry Advisory Board (IAB) in association with American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA).

I am excited to bring an unwavering commitment to the various laws and regulations governing vehicle registration and titling, safety equipment, drivers’ licensing, financial responsibility and vehicle information systems.

John Wordingham of Qmatic has been named Chair of the Industry Advisory Board (IAB) in association with American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA). Wordingham, a long-time employee of Qmatic and a member of AAMVA’s IAB, is qualified to lead the respected motor vehicle organization well-known across the industry.

In this newly appointed executive role, Wordingham is charged with leading the organization’s activities with an emphasis on establishing partnerships with AAMVA’s members and leaders. With nearly three decades of senior management experience leading innovations in Qmatic products and solutions, Wordingham is pleased to have been appointed to such an esteemed position within AAMVA’s IAB.

“The Industry Advisory Board plays an integral part in motor vehicle safety and regulations, having a valued presence across communities nationwide.” said Wordingham. “I am excited to bring an unwavering commitment to the various laws and regulations governing vehicle registration and titling, safety equipment, drivers’ licensing, financial responsibility and vehicle information systems.”

About AAMVA’s Industry Advisory Board: The IAB assists AAMVA in its efforts to promote reasonable and uniform laws and regulations governing vehicle registration. The organization also enhances communications and understanding between the private sector and state administrators who are actively involved in AAMVA programs. Throughout the year, IAB conducts educational seminars in conjunction with AAMVA meetings for the benefit of the members of AAMVA and their respective staff personnel.

Founded in 1933, AAMVA actively promotes traffic safety and uniformity among North American jurisdictions. Representing chief motor vehicle administrators and law enforcement officials, the association develops uniform programs in driver licensing, vehicle titling/registration and motor carrier services, among others. For more information please visit http://www.aamva.org.

About Qmatic: Qmatic leads the way in maximizing face-to-face customer touch point opportunities. Qmatic’s solutions integrate the virtual/on-line and the real world, to help generate a seamless customer experience. With leading positions in Finance, Retail, Healthcare and Government sectors, Qmatic offers a global footprint, operating in over 120 countries through subsidiaries and partner network.

Qmatic website: http://www.qmatic.com/us

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