ClickPay Solutions, Inc. (OTC: CKPY), a premier check cashing service provider, announced today the appointment of Martin Williams as Vice President, Business Development of ClickPay Solutions, who joins the Company effective immediately.
"With the right mix of business development expertise and entrepreneurial spirit, Williams will be an important contributor to ClickPay's long-term success," said ClickPay CEO A.J. McCann. "We look forward to working with Martin as we continue to roll-out ClickPay's strategic business plan."
Martin Williams has more than 16 years expertise in management and business development. Williams has led the business and technology development for several companies as they entered new vertical markets including, as the former President at C2B Direct, Inc., a direct response marketing company; as VP -- Business Development for Client Shop, Inc., where he grew monthly revenues from $200,000 to ~$1 million from 2004 to 2005; and as Director of Business Development at Buy.com, where Williams created and launched two successful, multi-million dollar subsidiaries, led the Company's introduction into Canada, and fostered the introduction of four new product categories.
Williams is an industry veteran in Internet and CE technologies, also having led developments for Dacapo Technologies, a technology start-up co- developed by Williams; HomeRelay Communications, an Internet services start-up acquired by a $1B multi-national; and for ComputerStore.com, the first Buy.com subsidiary, which was developed and launched by Williams.
About ClickPay Solutions
ClickPay Solutions, Inc. is a premier sales and marketing organization that provides 'Cashless-Check-Cashing' services to retail locations nationwide. The Company's unique service enables consumers to cash paychecks and have the funds loaded onto a stored value card (ATM). Funds from the paycheck are guaranteed to the merchant and the consumer is immediately able to utilize the value card wherever PIN-based MasterCards are accepted. Visit http://www.clickpaysolutions.com for more information.
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