Data Impact, a provider of modular, software-as-a-service (SaaS)-based electronic invoice presentment and payment (EIPP) solutions, has appointed veteran financial technology executive Michael Lane as chief executive officer (CEO). With extensive executive experience in cash management and payments, Lane will lead Data Impact as it enters an aggressive new period of growth.
Previously, Lane served as senior vice president (SVP) and general manager of Bottomline Technologies, a provider of cash management solutions, where he led the business to significant growth. Previously, as managing director, global banking and capital markets for Pegasystems, Lane built a New York-based team to penetrate the financial services market, and brought on significant new business. As a founding member of Encompys, a start up independent software company owned by Accenture, the Bank of New York (BoNY), Microsoft, Compaq, and Advent Software, he served as chief marketing officer.
Earlier in his career, Lane served as global director, capital markets with Accenture, SVP of Banklink (a Fiserv company), and held vice president positions with both Chase and Bankers Trust Company.
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