NxSystems™ Appoints Douglas Meli as Director of Operations
NxSystems™ Inc. announces the hire of Douglas Meli as Director of Operations.
Portland, OR (PRWEB) September 25, 2013
NxSystems™ Inc., a leading provider of global payment solutions and technology services, announced today it has hired Douglas Meli as Director of Operations.
Mr. Meli began his new position in September and comes to NxSystems with over ten years of experience in the financial payments and prepaid/debit industry working and partnering with several large corporate clients, program managers, financial institutions, processors, networks, and other solutions companies. For the past decade, Mr. Meli helped found and manage a successful prepaid debit program management company based in Las Vegas, NV. He has a deep level of experience in mobile payments, product management, electronic payments, payment systems, and sales and marketing. You can learn more about Mr. Meli by visiting http://www.linkedin.com/in/dougmeli.
In his role as Director of Operations, Mr. Meli will be responsible for the oversight of the NxSystems operations center located in Portland, Oregon. Working with the CEO, Mr. Meli is charged with streamlining of operations and continued growth of the company, which has doubled in every year since 2008.
About NxSystems™ Inc.
NxSystems™ Inc. is a Global Payment Solutions Provider with over ten years of experience in the payments industry worldwide. NxSystems offers electronic payments services in more than 100 countries and holds direct banking relationships across the globe. The NxPay™ Payment platform developed by NxSystems offers a secure and regulated payments platform with worldwide access to eBanking, ePayment, and eCommerce services in a multitude of currencies. NxSystems offers flexible and cost effective solutions to businesses in all industries worldwide. For more information, please visit the company’s website at http://www.nxsystemsinc.com or call 503-513-9900.
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