Lou Anne Alexander Included In 2017 Most Influential Women in Payments

March 2, 2017

PaymentsSource has chosen Early Warning's Lou Anne Alexander as one of the 2017 Most Influential Women in Payments! Each year, PaymentsSource honors the women who are driving change by taking risks with new ideas and investments, and developing the technology that will forever change the way people handle money. Congratulations to Early Warning's group president of payments solutions, Lou Anne Alexander, for being included in this prestigious list.

Click  to view the full list of 2017 recipients from PaymentsSource.

At Early Warning, Lou Anne and her team are currently focused on creating faster payments solutions for financial institutions including ZelleSM, a U.S. digital payments network created by the largest banks.  "I am honored to be recognized among such an influential group of women. I am fortunate to work with a dedicated team to help advance our mission to make money move faster, easier and safer. The credit should go to them," says Lou Anne. 

Congratulations to Lou Anne on this significant achievement!

 

Faster Payments Solutions

Zelle is more than just a payment system; it’s a revolution in the way we move money. It’s a network of the nation’s leading financial institutions making money move easier, safer and faster for all of us. Early Warning's goal with Zelle is to create an easier, faster and safer way for consumers to move money, providing a ubiquitous and inclusive alternative to cash and checks.

To learn more and join the Zelle network, visit Zellepay.com.

 

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