Rice to Globally Expand PayClearly’s Leading Payments Solution into Quickly Growing Industries
Lakeland, Fla., June 1, 2018 — PayClearly, a global payments solution for businesses, today announced that Gary Rice recently joined the team as Vice President of Strategic Sales for Emerging Markets. Gary brings more than 20 years of experience and leadership in the payments industry to PayClearly, as well as a strong record of results developing business and growth strategies on a global scale. His role will center around building PayClearly’s client base and expertise in the manufacturing, distribution, energy, petroleum, aviation, transportation industries and more.
“PayClearly is quickly growing and expanding to new markets, including our newest political media focus,” said John Jamieson, Senior Vice President of Strategic Sales at PayClearly. “Gary understands our vision as well as the nuances of the payments landscape. We’re confident in his ability to help deliver a quality payments solution to business that will help them optimize their capital, increase operational efficiency and generate revenue.”
Rice joins PayClearly most recently from transaction management company Multi Service Technology Solutions (MSTS) where he led its global sales strategy as the Director of Global Sales for the Aviation Technology and Card Processing Division. Prior to MSTS, Rice was responsible for business development within Mastercard’s US market and helped to drive over $1.2 billion dollars of new commercial payments for the company in less than 15 months. Throughout his career, Rice also held strategic senior business positions at Sage and SunTrust Financial Services and worked with dozens of Fortune 500 Corporations to onboard supplier enrollment programs.
“PayClearly is an organization that shares in the success of everyone involved from both ends of the payments spectrum,” said Rice. “I’m excited to unite vendors and clients in new and unique markets to build PayClearly into a widely recognized leader in the world of payments and financial technology services.”