PISCATAWAY, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Alacriti, a fintech company specializing in payments, today announced that it has hired Mike Davis as Chief Sales Officer and Mark Majeske as Senior Vice President of Faster Payments.
“Mike Davis and Mark Majeske bring deep industry experience to their new roles, and we are excited to welcome them to the Alacriti team,” said Manish Gurukula, Alacriti’s CEO. “Their leadership and experience will be key as we continue to deliver differentiated products in the payments space,” added Gurukula.
As Chief Sales Officer, Davis is responsible for driving new customer acquisition and helping current clients maximize the value derived from Alacriti’s industry-leading digital money movement platform. Mike brings more than 25 years of senior leadership experience in enterprise technology and banking industries. Previously, Davis served as Chief Sales Officer at Kasasa. His career has focused on high-velocity sales and revenue growth, transforming private equity-held companies into financial and technology industry leaders.
Majeske, SVP of Faster Payments, is responsible for driving Alacriti’s faster payment solutions, as well as defining the roadmap and partnership opportunities. Majeske joined Alacriti from FIS, where he led product development for the RTP® network, the FedNowSM service, and Zelle®. Previously, he was part of the team that designed, developed, and launched the RTP network at The Clearing House. Majeske’s industry experience includes working in digital payments product development at JPMorgan Chase & Co., Citibank, SunTrust Banks (now Truist Financial Corporation), and TD Bank.
Alacriti is a leading financial technology company with a comprehensive money movement and payments services platform, dedicated to helping clients accelerate their digital transformation. Built on a flexible, cloud-native framework, Alacriti’s array of solutions allow clients to deliver the money movement experiences and payments innovation that today’s users demand, while seamlessly integrating with their internal infrastructures.