New ENACOMM Sales VP to Focus on Voice Tech for Banks

“With ENACOMM, Delaney will be promoting the company’s Financial Suite solutions, including the Virtual Personal Assistant for conversational AI interaction…”

New ENACOMM Sales VP to Focus on Voice Tech for Banks

ENACOMM has appointed a new Vice President of Financial Sales to help promote its ENACOMM Financial Suite solutions.

The new VP, Thomas Delaney, comes to the company after a 14-year stint with Jack Henry & Associates, a Missouri-based provider of tech and payment processing solutions. At Jack Henry, Delaney was tasked with selling SaaS solutions to financial services firms; and he boasts of a record of regularly exceeding sales quotas.

With ENACOMM, Delaney will be promoting the company’s Financial Suite solutions, including the Virtual Personal Assistant for conversational AI interaction, the automated Fraud Control Module, and ENACOMM Voice Authentication, which uses voice biometrics for customer authentication.

In announcing Delaney’s appointment, ENACOMM Chairman & CEO Michael Boukadakis highlighted the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on the financial services industry.

“The coronavirus pandemic is forcing change in every industry, and the critical need for social distancing has heightened the importance of technologies that optimize the remote banking experience for bank customers and credit union members,” he said, adding later that Delaney “has an outstanding track record, and we’re confident that he’ll help a greater number of financial institutions provide their customers and members with the best service possible through intelligent interactions technology, even when they can’t visit their local branches.”

For his part, Delanay said, “I’m committed to helping bank and credit union leaders continue achieving that goal and, to that end, am excited to equip them with ENACOMM’s industry-leading FinTech solutions that will make it possible to conquer the challenges of a suddenly different banking environment.”