Digital Insight, a provider of technology solutions to financial institutions, has appointed John O’Malley as its new Chief Executive Officer. O’Malley is an experienced financial services and technology veteran who brings over 30 years of knowledge to Digital Insight, along with his expertise in developing high performing companies and helping financial institutions solve important business challenges. He will assume his role as CEO on November 1, 2013.
O’Malley joins Digital Insight with prior experience as the CEO of Panini, a provider of payment technology. Prior to that he was the CEO of Memento, which was acquired by Fidelity Information Services (FIS), and President and CEO of Harland Financial Solutions where he led its growth from a small subsidiary to one of the leading providers of financial technology in North America. He has also held senior positions with Fiserv, Hogan Systems (now part of Computer Sciences Corp) and the J.H. Harland Company (now part of MacAndrews and Forbes). O’Malley also brings strong experience and innovation to both traditional and alternative payment solutions. He has extensive knowledge in global finance, enterprise sales and fulfillment solutions, enterprise big data, fraud and risk management.
In August, 2013 leading middle-market private equity firm Thoma Bravo acquired Digital Insight, known as Intuit Financial Services, from Intuit. O’Malley assumes the role currently held by CeCe Morken, who remains with Intuit. The company re-branded as Digital Insight at the time of the purchase, returning to the name it originally held before being acquired by Intuit in early 2007.
“I have known John for many years as a peer in the financial services sector, and couldn’t be more confident in his ability to build on Digital Insight’s 20 year pedigree as a pioneer in the Internet banking space and aggressively lead the company toward new successes,” said CeCe Morken, current Chief Executive Officer of Digital Insight. “Further John’s penchant for seeking and delivering on innovation, passion for the customers and his experience leading diverse organizations will be highly valued by our customers, partners and employees for years to come.”
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