Rod Boyer has been named president of TSYS Loyalty. Boyer is responsible for TSYS’ entire loyalty enterprise, including client relations, operations, product development and implementation and sales and marketing. In his new role, he will report to Allen Pettis, group executive, relationship management for TSYS. Until March 2007, Boyer was chief operating officer of TSYS Acquiring Solutions, where he was responsible for all aspects of the firm’s day-to-day operations, including operational efficiencies, strategy and compliance. Prior to his tenure at TSYS, he was executive vice president of client relations for a leading information security provider and executive vice president of sales and marketing for a national systems integration firm. Boyer will be based in Alpharetta, Georgia, US.
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