BRADENTON, Fla., July 26 (AllPayNews) -- Morgan Beaumont, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: MBEU - News), a premier technology solution provider to the Stored Value and Prepaid Card market and owner of the SIRE Network(TM), today announced that Jerry Uffner has joined the Company as Vice President of Sales with responsibility for all aspects of the strategic planning and implementation of the sales effort, including all sales initiatives, personnel and customer relationships.
"With over 18 years of sales and management experience in the electronic payments industry, including the successful launch of a Gift Card Mall project that resulted in millions of dollars in revenues during its first year, we are extremely pleased that Jerry will be joining our team," stated Erik Jensen, President of Morgan Beaumont. "We look forward to his numerous contributions as we continue to build our retail sales channels for stored value and gift card products."
Prior to joining Morgan Beaumont, Uffner was the Director of Sales -- Prepaid Products Division of RBS Lynk, a prepaid card provider and processor. Uffner has also held sales management positions with First Data and InComm. Uffner will report to Erik Jensen, the Company's President.
Morgan Beaumont, Inc. is a Technology Solutions Company located in Bradenton, Florida, and is one of the premier providers of Stored Value and Prepaid Card Solutions in the United States. The company has developed the SIRE Network(TM), a secure, reliable, point of sale (POS) and PC based software platform that connects retail merchants with multiple Stored Value/Prepaid Card Processors and Issuing Banks, in addition to private transaction networks and IVR and CRM technology. The company owns and operates the SIRE Network as a standardized, national network of Stored Value and Prepaid Card cash load stations located throughout the United States. Morgan Beaumont is a Discover Network Issuer, MasterCard Third Party Processor Member Service Provider (TPP MSP) and a Visa Independent Sales Organization (ISO). To learn more about Morgan Beaumont, please visit http://www.morganbeaumont.com .
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Contacts: Erik Jensen, President
Morgan Beaumont, Inc.
Ken Dennard, Managing Partner
DRG&E / 713-529-6600
Source: Morgan Beaumont, Inc.