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Friday, 24 January 2014 14:36
Intelligent Environments appoints two senior execs
Former Lloyds and Comarch men join

UK financial services software provider Intelligent Environments has made two senior appointments as part of its growth strategy.

Former head of payments at Lloyds Banking Group, Simon Cadbury, becomes head of strategy and innovation, while Jonathan Withers joins as sales director from Comarch.

Cadbury has over 15 years’ technology experience, including five years as head of payments, strategy & new technology at Lloyds Banking Group.

He joins former PayPal executive, Deborah Davis, who was recently appointed to the role of non-executive director at Intelligent Environments.

Cadbury will lead the development of the firm’s strategic roadmap. Having previously held business development roles at BT, BSkyB, Telstra and Vodafone, he has experience in mobile contactless payments, person-to-person payments and reward programmes.

Winters has over 25 years’ experience in the financial services software industry. He will lead the firm’s expansion into new markets and international territories.

He has held senior roles at Logica, Informix (IBM), Carreker/Fiserv and Zafin Labs. 

David Webber, CEO of Intelligent Environments, commented: “Our registered user base has grown 155% over the last two years but our next growth phase is emerging as being even bigger.

"Simon’s deep expertise in payments and high level strategic development, coupled with Jonathan’s demonstrable sales drive and international exposure, will ensure we are in the best position to capitalise on the opportunities in both new and existing markets.”
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