3Delta Systems (3DSI), an online credit card payment solutions company, has promoted Rick Ricker to vice president of business development for enterprise payment solutions. He has served as 3DSI’s director of operations since 2000.
In this newly created executive position, Ricker will be responsible for growing the corporate and government markets for CardVault, 3Delta Systems’ payment tokenisation service. He will also focus on enhancing the company’s channel partner services for enterprise customers in the business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-government (B2G) sectors.
Ricker has more than 25 years of operations, marketing and finance experience in the federal government, real estate and card processing industries. While director of operations, he helped develop the product delivery, sales and billing infrastructure for 3Delta Systems’ B2B and B2G customers, built channel market strategies and developed strategic partner alliances. He also managed customer service and product implementation.
Ricker holds an undergraduate degree in marketing from Boston’s Northeastern University and an MBA in finance from George Washington University in Washington, DC.
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