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TSYS Names New Global Chief Procurement Officer

TSYS announced that they have named a new group executive, chief procurement officer, responsible for procurement, vendor management and supplier management. Walter Taylor, a senior executive with more than 30 years of technology and operations experience in the payments and financial services industry will now fill the role of CPO>

Before TSYS Taylor was executive vice president, strategy, of Genesis10, where he was responsible for the firm's overall strategy for information technology staffing and consulting with clients in the financial services industry. He also served as COO of Pariter Solutions, LLC, a Bank of America and Wells Fargo ACH payment processing joint venture, and senior vice president of Bank of America, responsible for technology and operations procurement and supply chain management.

"Walter brings a tremendous depth of procurement, vendor and supplier management knowledge in the financial services industry to his new position at TSYS," said M. Troy Woods, president and chief operating officer, TSYS. "Having worked with TSYS early in his career as a TS2 conversion project manager, we are pleased to welcome Walter back as a member of our senior leadership team and look forward to him further strengthening our procurement practices to support our growing global payments business."

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