As Intellaegis, which does business as masterQueue, gears up for a potential award-winning appearance at the Finovate Fall conference in New York this September, the company announced an executive adviser joined the team, bringing a diverse technology background.
Intellaegis’ newest executive adviser is Victor Kan, former president and chief executive officer of Fujitsi Computer Products of America, the U.S. division of the world’s seventh-largest IT services provider.
Intellaegis highlighted Kan is a tenured Silicon Valley veteran with more than 25 years of executive leadership in sales, marketing and product management.
Kan started his career at Fujitsu of America in 1999 as senior director of product and channel marketing, culminating in his promotion to president and CEO in 2012.
“While we’re honored to bring in a person with the track record Victor has, what’s even more exciting is his desire to get in the weeds at an entrepreneurial level and roll up his sleeves in a very modest, matter-of-fact manner that we believe will help our organization continue our upward growth pattern well beyond what we have projected for 2020,” Intellaegis founder and chief executive officer John Lewis said in a news release.
Kan explained why he decided to become an executive adviser to Intellaegis.
“After meeting with the co-founders of Intellaegis, John and Perla Lewis, I was captivated by the energy and passion they displayed in transforming their years of experience in skip tracing and debt collections into a thriving and cutting-edge software business,” Kan said.
“masterQueue is a unique product solving a real need, and I’m excited about the opportunities for the product in the marketplace and was ecstatic to accept their offer to join the company,” Kan continued.
The company’s offerings are impressing other industry leaders, too, as Intellaegis was named a finalist in two fintech award categories for the upcoming Finovate conference.
Intellaegis is also one of 75 fintech companies selected as a presenter to showcase the features that generated these nominations during the two days of demos of the newest fintech products at the event. The opportunity marks the second appearance for the company at this conference. Intellaegis also appeared at Finovate in 2011 when it launched masterQueue.
The masterQueue fintech platform is used to help financial institutions and their third-party vendors automate the process of contacting customers who have fallen out of touch
“This allows financial institutions and their customers an opportunity to re-establish broken communication to help resolve past due account issues before the situation becomes further delinquent and more serious,” the company said.
Intellaegis explained the features masterQueue built into its debt-collection platform can create efficiencies utilizing automated data processing power that can streamline a time-consuming manual process better known as skip tracing.
masterQueue can automates this process while at the same time simultaneously layering in the various regulatory and data privacy laws to ensure the multiple and complex state and federal compliance requirements needed for accessing and using consumer data in debt collections can be met, providing CCPA and FDCPA solutions for the debt collections industry.
These regulatory features were architected by a combined effort from a Fortune Top 100 financial institution and the team at masterQueue. This resulted in the two nominations at Finovate for Best FinTech Partnership and Best RegTech Solution.
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