Certified Payment Processing Hires Business and Financial Analyst

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Jeremy White has joined the Certified Payment Processing (CPP) team as Business and Financial Analyst, with responsibilities that will include monitoring and recommending upgrades to internal processes and key metrics in order to optimize measurements and uniformity, as well as improve performance.

We brought Jeremy onboard because he has solid skills combined with an enormous amount of experience and acquired industry knowledge

Jeremy White has joined the Certified Payment Processing (CPP) team as Business and Financial Analyst. His responsibilities will include monitoring and recommending upgrades to internal processes and key metrics in order to optimize measurements and uniformity, as well as improve performance. He will serve as project manager for evaluating, automating and standardizing all reporting functions.

“We brought Jeremy onboard because he has solid skills combined with an enormous amount of experience and acquired industry knowledge,” says Tony Norrie, Vice President and General Manager. “He will work with our executive team in budgeting and income projections. He will become our point of contact between department to streamline processes, evaluate our baseline measurements and improve overall efficiency.”

White comes to CPP with more than seven years in the credit card processing industry, including three years as a credit analyst with First American Payment Systems (FAPS), the parent company of CPP. White was also previously employed with Chase Paymentech as a senior portfolio analyst.

He is a graduate of Sam Houston University, with a degree in Business Administration and Finance.

About Certified Payment Processing

Certified Payment Processing (CPP) is a full-service provider of electronic payment equipment for processing purchases made by debit and credit cards, as well as checks and online purchases, in addition to a range of other specialized merchant services. For nearly 20 years, CPP and its parent company, First American Payment System (FAPS), has helped small- and medium-sized businesses increase revenue while controlling costs. With two sales entities –TransTech Merchant Group and Summit Merchant Solutions–-CPP has more than 40,000 active merchants and transactions of $2 billion. Together, CPP and FAPS have 100,000+ active merchants and transaction volume exceeding $9 billion. CPP is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.

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