The SIX-listed banking software company, Temenos confirmed the appointment of Roman Bartik, the former Vice President and General Manager of Sales and Sales Development at SingleStore, as the company’s new President for Americas, yesterday.

Through the appointment of Bartik, Temenos aims to accelerate its expansion in North and South America. Bartik will be responsible for the company’s operations, strategy and profitability in the region. The newly appointed President for Americas has also joined the Management Board of Temenos.

Bartik will report to Erich Gerber, the President and Chief Revenue Officer at Temenos. He has more than three decades of experience in the global corporate sector.

“Working together with this incredibly talented team we can accelerate innovation and growth across all banking tiers and segments in the Americas. Banks and businesses now more than ever need agile and open cloud platforms to reshape and create new business models. This represents an enormous opportunity for Temenos to help clients scale, create better engagement with their customers and drive value creation. I look forward to leveraging my global technology experience to make a difference together with our partners and the Temenos team,” Bartik commented.

To meet the growing global demand, Temenos expanded its offerings earlier this year through the introduction of new banking services.

North America

Due to its strategic location and scale of the regional economy, North America is one of the most important regions for global financial services providers. Gerber termed North America as a 'highly strategic region' for the company.

“With the best customer references in the industry, such as PayPal, Green Dot, Varo and Commerce Bank amongst others, and having invested significantly over the past 10 years in making our products fully compliant with U.S. regulations, we are now in a position to accelerate our sales efforts and growth and keep growing our North America business ahead of our global growth,” the President of Temenos added.

The SIX-listed banking software company, Temenos confirmed the appointment of Roman Bartik, the former Vice President and General Manager of Sales and Sales Development at SingleStore, as the company’s new President for Americas, yesterday.

Through the appointment of Bartik, Temenos aims to accelerate its expansion in North and South America. Bartik will be responsible for the company’s operations, strategy and profitability in the region. The newly appointed President for Americas has also joined the Management Board of Temenos.

Bartik will report to Erich Gerber, the President and Chief Revenue Officer at Temenos. He has more than three decades of experience in the global corporate sector.

“Working together with this incredibly talented team we can accelerate innovation and growth across all banking tiers and segments in the Americas. Banks and businesses now more than ever need agile and open cloud platforms to reshape and create new business models. This represents an enormous opportunity for Temenos to help clients scale, create better engagement with their customers and drive value creation. I look forward to leveraging my global technology experience to make a difference together with our partners and the Temenos team,” Bartik commented.

To meet the growing global demand, Temenos expanded its offerings earlier this year through the introduction of new banking services.

North America

Due to its strategic location and scale of the regional economy, North America is one of the most important regions for global financial services providers. Gerber termed North America as a 'highly strategic region' for the company.

“With the best customer references in the industry, such as PayPal, Green Dot, Varo and Commerce Bank amongst others, and having invested significantly over the past 10 years in making our products fully compliant with U.S. regulations, we are now in a position to accelerate our sales efforts and growth and keep growing our North America business ahead of our global growth,” the President of Temenos added.