Hanson brings more than 20 years of experience in technology leadership.
IRVINE, California, April 22, 2015 — TrustCommerce, a leading provider of secure electronic payment solutions, is pleased to announce Eric Hanson has joined the company in the new role of Chief Information Officer (CIO).
As CIO, Hanson will be responsible for leading the planning and execution of strategic technical initiatives benefiting our clients and partners. He will assist with daily operational duties and long-term planning within Information Technology, Project Management, and Customer Service teams.
“We are both excited and thrilled to have Eric on board. Eric is highly skilled in developing and implementing solutions, while driving relationships that deliver results,” said Rob Caulfield, Chief Executive Officer of TrustCommerce. “As we continue to grow and expand, his ability to develop and motivate successful teams, as well as pursue strategic initiatives, will be essential.”
Hanson brings more than 20 years of experience in technology leadership roles spanning a broad array of industries, including Healthcare, Manufacturing & Supply Chain, Automotive, and Lending. He has extensive experience with multiple forms of application delivery, process optimization, large scale integration and business intelligence.
Hanson holds multiple degrees from the University of California, Irvine, including a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Master of Business Administration.
TrustCommerce, a leading provider of secure payment processing, offers a comprehensive suite of payment solutions with a focus on security, data protection, and risk mitigation. Featuring Point-to-Point encryption (P2PE), tokenization, and seamless redirects, TrustCommerce solutions assist partners and clients in reducing the cost and complexity of PCI DSS compliance. Whether accepting payments in a card-present or card-not-present environment, TrustCommerce solutions protect transactions and reduce risk. To learn more about TrustCommerce, visit www.TrustCommerce.com, Twitter, and the TrustCommerce Blog.