February 7, 2011, 9:12 AM

Ezic Expands its Team and Moves its Headquarters

The digital payments provider has added workers for reseller development and consumer support activities.

February 2011 (Chicago, Illinois)   Ezic, Inc., a leading provider of high-performance digital payment solutions expands team and relocates its business headquarters. Several team members have been added in the areas of Reseller Development and Consumer Support.

Ezic announces the addition of Erica Arena as its new Director of Reseller Development. Erica will provide sales support and implement all future system training to Ezic's growing number of Resellers. She has nearly 5 years of experience in client relationship management and sales in the technology industry, and holds a Bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana.

Joining Ezic as Consumer Support Supervisor, Amy Nolan will be responsible for managing consumer support operations for Ezic's proprietary electronic check product, EZICheckTM. Amy has ten years of experience in customer service, and holds a Bachelor's degree from Drake University.

"We are pleased to announce these new additions and the continued growth of our company and technology solutions," says Locke Walsh, Ezic's Chief Executive Officer. "In response to these expansions, we have moved our headquarters to a larger location that will allow us to more effectively serve our growing customer base."

To accommodate its consistent growth, all Ezic business operations have moved to a larger office space located in Vernon Hills at 175 East Hawthorn Parkway, Suite 410, Vernon Hills, IL 60061. The company continues to co-locate its production servers in several secure facilities within the United States.

About Ezic

Ezic has been the leader in high-performance digital payment solutions for more than a decade, and is the largest private-label gateway provider in the industry. Our digital payment platform offers Resellers and merchants reliable service, upscale features, continuous product development, and complete multi-level security against fraud for all Internet-based transactions.

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