Integrated Payment Technologies appointments Brad Riley as Chief Innovation Officer

Integrated Payment Technologies appointments Brad Riley as Chief Innovation Officer 1SYDNEY: Integrated Payment Technologies Limited (IP1) announced the appointment of Mr Brad Riley as Chief Innovation Officer.

Mr Riley will be responsible for fostering a culture of innovation across the Company and driving new products to facilitate them being brought to market in a timely manner. Mr Riley joins InPayTech following a 20-year career as a Business Intelligence + Information Management (BIIM) professional managing and delivering projects in the BIIM domain.

His executive level experience has seen him deliver organisational change and improvement programs.

Chief Executive Officer, Dean Martin, said Mr Riley’s appointment is a welcome addition to the executive leadership team. The role will focus on the deployment of the Company’s proposed engagement platform for Payroll and Superannuation clients to be called ClickVu.

“The Company is working hard to finalise the acquisition of Biz Integration. The goal is to rebrand it as ClickVu and position it as the digital engagement platform of choice for superannuation funds, payroll providers and employers to deliver scalable and specific financial advice and value add services, powered by the ClickSuper integrated payroll network and rich employment data, “ Mr Martin said.

“Beyond the ClickVu program, Brad’s appointment will be pivotal in optimising the overall strategic InPayTech market proposition. In working with new and existing customers, Brad will harness his proven experience in all facets of solution design, product development and business growth through innovation,” he said.

Don Sharp, Executive Chairman, said: “We are pleased to have secured Brad’s services. As previously announced, the Company is planning new initiatives. This appointment is the start of a cultural shift to agile and customer-driven delivery.”

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