More NewsBPC Banking Technologies Appoints Daryl Berg as MD Middle East, Africa

BPC Banking Technologies Appoints Daryl Berg as MD Middle East, Africa

BPC Banking Technologies, a provider of open system electronic payment (e-payment) solutions for the global financial industry, has appointed Daryl Berg as managing director Africa and Middle East. He will be responsible for driving the company’s business and growth in these regions.

Berg brings 19 years of executive experience in the IT and financial services industries. Prior to joining BPC, he was responsible for establishing the international e-payment business for the Cornastone Group, a South African systems integration and professional services company. Berg also spent nine years with ACI Worldwide, where he led the company’s expansion on the African continent. His last role at ACI was regional executive, Middle East and Africa.

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