Merchant’s PACT Announces New Chief Technology Officer


LOUISVILLE, Ky.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Merchant’s PACT, a payments industry consulting and program management company, has appointed Daniel Booth as its chief technology officer (CTO).

Booth is a seasoned IT professional with over 20 years of technology experience in various industries. His promotion to Merchant’s PACT comes at a time of unprecedented growth for the company. Booth has dedicated his career to the forefront of technological innovation and has proven invaluable as Merchant’s PACT continues to expand its software and integrated solutions for regional and community financial institutions and their commercial customers. As CTO, Booth will oversee the technology and development teams that build and manage all proprietary systems and will continue to lead integrations with core systems and digital platforms from various financial institutions. These integrations, combined with Merchant’s PACT’s robust intelligence engine, provide real-time, prioritized lead generation insights and dynamic, targeted content to improve business customer reach and integrate merchant services into consumer banking. businesses like never before in the payments industry. With this pioneering technology, financial institutions are able to expand payment offerings and customer base, increase non-interest revenue, improve customer loyalty and reduce competitor disintermediation; while positioning the financial institution as a fintech payments provider and a leader in its community.

Additionally, Booth’s teams will continue to expand the capabilities of MPAS, a proprietary auditing and communications platform designed to streamline and automate workflows, invoicing, reporting, and more. for enterprise, financial institutions and their commercial customers.

“I am honored to serve Merchant’s PACT as Chief Technology Officer,” said Booth. “Merchant’s PACT is truly revolutionizing the way merchant services programs are run and managed today. I look forward to continuing the mission and endeavors of Merchant’s PACT and contributing to the innovation and growth of the company.

Tom Wimsett, Founder and Chairman of the Board, said, “We are delighted to have Daniel Booth on our leadership team in this critical role as we continue to modernize merchant payment solutions and pursue our integration efforts with leading bank and credit union software and technology platforms. Throughout his impressive career, Booth has acquired extensive expertise in managing technology teams and building advanced software platforms that make him the ideal leader to oversee our technology and development teams at Merchant’s PACT.

Most recently, Booth was Director of Development at Merchant’s PACT, having joined the company in January 2020, where he laid the foundation for the company’s technology and software offerings and grew the development team.

Previously, Booth worked for a variety of companies where his expertise spanned multiple industries and systems including point of sale, warehouse conveyor control, check cashing, credit card processing, and healthcare. health. Booth has held positions at Comdata as a Consulting Developer, New Age Technologies as an Architect and Lead Developer, and Kindred Healthcare as an Architect and Lead Developer for the Nursing Center, Home Healthcare divisions , palliative care, community care and physician home visits.

Booth holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Pensacola Christian College. Her hobbies include caring for her 5 children, volunteering at her church, electronics, woodworking, and putting on a big Christmas light show every year.

About Merchant PACT

Merchant’s PACT is a payments consulting and program management company with deep expertise in product solutions, pricing dynamics and contract terms within the payment processing industry. The company advises companies, financial institutions, software publishers and payment facilitators on everything related to payments. Merchant’s PACT managed services include auditing, portfolio analysis, contract negotiation, sales management and supervision, among many other functions. Merchant’s PACT is independent of processors and uses their knowledge and relationships to help financial institutions and business owners gain control and transparency over their processor relationship. For more information visit:


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