SQN Banking Systems Promotes Rachel Woodman

Company Veteran Named New Director of Sales and Marketing

Jun 24, 2013, 13:25 ET from SQN Banking Systems

RANCOCAS, N.J., June 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- SQN Banking Systems (sqnbankingsystems.com), a leading provider of integrated fraud detection and process improvement products for the financial industry, today announced it has promoted Rachel Woodman to Director of Sales and Marketing. In her new role, she will be responsible for overseeing the promotion and sales efforts for the company.

Woodman has been a part of SQN's marketing efforts for 12 years in a variety of roles, including consultant, advisor and employee. For the last several years, she has acted as the Director of Marketing, applying the strategies and tactics honed during her career in software, e-commerce and banking.

"During Rachel's tenure at SQN, she has made a tremendous impact on our marketing and sales efforts," said Joe Uhland, President of SQN Banking Systems. "Her focus on understanding our client's expectations and her attention to detail has helped her excel in her role, and when you combine that with her in-depth knowledge of our products and the industry, she is the perfect candidate to drive our sales and marketing efforts."

Originally from North Brunswick, NJ, Woodman earned both her bachelor's degree and MBA from Rutgers University. She now lives with her husband and daughter in Collegeville, PA.

About SQN Banking Systems
For 30 years, SQN Banking Systems has provided superior fraud detection products to the financial industry.  We now offer cloud-based applications which can be deployed at your financial institution without additional hardware or software. The SENTRY suite includes real-time fraud analysis, exception item processing, image fraud detection, transaction analysis, automated and visual signature verification, official check verification, and safe deposit management.  For more information, visit us at sqnbankingsystems.com.

Contact: Peter Hale
978.388.3100 ext. 17

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