CSI appoints Troy Bradley as new CTO

CSI has appointed Troy Bradley as Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Mr. Bradley will be leading product development teams at the company, focusing on technologies across various banking sectors including delivery channels and payments.

Mr. Bradley’s role as CTO will also involve leading the company’s technology modernization strategy, says CSI. This includes aligning network, security, and software engineering initiatives.

Before joining CSI, Mr. Bradley served as corporate vice president and chief information and technology officer at NCR. His career also includes a tenure of over seven years at FIS as global chief technology officer.

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