Tom Siegler will lead the development of new products serving healthcare market segments.
IRVINE, California, May 13, 2014 — TrustCommerce, a leading provider of secure electronic payment solutions, is pleased to announce Tom Siegler has joined the company as Director of Special Projects. In this role, Siegler will focus on leading the development of new products serving our core healthcare market segments.
“Tom’s technical contributions to the payments space have been well-established,” said Rob Caulfield, Chief Executive Officer of TrustCommerce. “He comes to TrustCommerce with an impressive background in payment system technology centered on payment security. Tom has a reputation for excellence and we are proud to have him as part of the team.”
Siegler brings more than 20 years of expertise in leading teams that bring innovative hardware and software products and services to the financial, payments, and retail sectors. Prior to joining TrustCommerce, Siegler held executive leadership roles at and consulted with U.S. retailers and multinational companies in the payments space.
“I’m thrilled to join the outstanding TrustCommerce team and to help bring the next wave of innovative products to market,” said Siegler.
Throughout his career, Siegler’s work, and that of his teams, has earned recognition and awards. In addition, he is an inventor of record on six U.S. patents.
TrustCommerce, a leading provider of secure payment processing, offers a comprehensive suite of payment solutions with a focus on security, data protection, and risk mitigation. Featuring Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE), tokenization, and seamless redirects, TrustCommerce solutions assist partners and clients with reducing PCI DSS scope. Whether accepting payments in a card-present or card-not-present environment, TrustCommerce solutions protect transactions and reduce risk. TrustCommerce is one of the first to be validated against the recently released PCI DSS version 3.0. To learn more about TrustCommerce, visit https://trustcommerce.wpengine.com, Twitter, and the TrustCommerce Blog.