Unified Payments Group Appoints Jason Palmer as Chief Technology...

Unified Payments Group Appoints Jason Palmer as Chief Technology Officer

By CFO Tech Outlook | Thursday, February 06, 2020

NASHVILLE, TN: Unified Payments Group, a leading provider of B2B AR technology which improves order-to-cash efficiency with digital, least-cost routing solutions, announced that Jason Palmer has joined Unified as Chief Technology Officer.

Mr. Palmer will lead IT infrastructure and software engineering for Unified’s open-API, cloud-based B2B Payment Acceptance technology, including streamlining how Unified’s AR solutions integrate with enterprise and mid-market ERP platforms. The integration of Unified’s modular technology with ERP systems offers users unique visibility into AR cycles plus access to rich data analytics. Prior to Unified, Jason led all Information Technology, including eCommerce and ERP, for HiTouch Business Services and held technology leadership positions with Office Depot, Staples, Allied Office Products and UPS.

“Extending our technology offering to simplify ERP-integration with minimal effort and impact for our clients sits at the center of our strategic initiatives and I’m delighted Jason has joined us to lead this part of our roadmap,” said Unified CEO, John Perez. “Unified Payments is already bringing to market new cloud-based AR solutions built on advanced data science techniques and Jason will help us steer our technology course allowing us to scale rapidly. He is a highly experienced technology leader who will add great value to the product portfolio our customers rely on today and in the future.”

"I am excited to join Unified and a team with proven success bringing dynamic, customer-centric efficiencies and unprecedented change to B2B payments," Jason said. "I look forward to collaborating with the team to further refine Unified’s world-class AR technology, helping our customers improve cashflow and gain valuable insights into their order to cash processes so they can efficiently grow their business.”

Palmer earned his bachelor’s degree in Information Management and Technology from Syracuse University. He will be based in Franklin, TN at Unified’s corporate headquarters.

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