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Verifone North America Has A New President

Verifone has announced that Joe Mach has been promoted to President of Verifone for North America. A long time veteran of the firm, Mach has been with Verifone since the year 2000 and has worked in retail and technology for the last quarter century.

Mach will succeed Verifone North America president Jennifer Miles, who has stepped down from the position in order to spend more time with her family.

During his tenure at Verifone, Mach has behind much of the company’s expansion across retail verticals, including its most recent transition into services and solutions in North America.

“I’ve had the privilege of working with Joe for the past 16 years. He’s a talented and passionate leader who deeply understands the evolving payments and commerce landscape and what it means for his clients,” said Miles. “He is an exceptional ambassador of the Verifone brand, and an ideal leader to help guide merchants and acquirers across all of Verifone’s North American verticals through the next stage of their journey.”

“This is an important year for Verifone, as we expect to deliver our best-ever products and solutions to our clients,” said Paul Galant, CEO of Verifone. “Joe Mach is a high-caliber executive who understands the desires and needs of our clients and has been instrumental in our evolution towards a services business in North America. We are grateful to Jennifer for her service and her accomplishments, including building a highly capable team to succeed her.”

Galant will be speaking at PYMNTS Innovation Project, March 16-17 in Cambridge MA.


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