i2c, a global provider of smarter payments and integrated commerce solutions, today announced the expansion of its worldwide sales organization with the appointment of Ted Dargan as vice president and head of Global Strategic Partnerships. The new hire underscores the company’s commitment to deepening its strategic relationships with partner organizations in the payments ecosystem and accelerating demand for i2c’s technology and services.
“i2c’s value proposition is resonating with forward-thinking financial institutions and Fintechs around the globe, and our industry partner channel has been key to our growing success,” said Joseph DeRosa, executive vice president of Global Sales and Marketing at i2c. “We are adding significant bench depth to our team to support our rapid growth. Ted has a long track record of executing partner-focused strategies that deliver high-growth results, and we are fortunate to welcome him to i2c.”
As vice president and head of Global Strategic Partnerships, Mr. Dargan will be responsible for generating new business opportunities through key strategic partner channels, including card networks, BIN sponsor banks, consulting firms, and systems integrators. Mr. Dargan joins i2c from The Macaluso Group where he was EVP, managing director of Payment Solutions, responsible for defining, designing, and implementing the company’s suite of payment solutions. Previously, Mr. Dargan was vice president of global strategic partnerships and product management at Mastercard Worldwide and held positions at American Express.
“For our partners across the payments industry, i2c’s technology and solutions present a unique opportunity to get to market quickly with high-value payments solutions,” commented Mr. Dargan. “I am thrilled to join i2c and look forward to expanding our partner relationships across the globe.”
About i2c Inc.
From its Silicon Valley headquarters, i2c provides smarter payments and integrated commerce solutions that financial institutions, corporations, brands, and governments around the world rely on to deliver high impact, personalized experiences today’s consumers expect. i2c’s single, global cloud-based platform supports virtually any card payment program in plastic, virtual, or mobile form. Our customers use the i2c Agile Processing platform to deliver profitable credit, debit, and prepaid solutions that meet the highly-differentiated needs of cardholders in 216 countries and territories. For more information, visit www.i2cinc.com.
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