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TSYS Appoints Leader for Six Sigma Effort

Published: Tuesday, December 14, 2004 - 23:00

TSYS recently appointed Jeanne McDowell as the new executive to lead its continuing deployment of Six Sigma.For more than 20 years, TSYS has delivered advanced technology and enhanced value to many of the world’s leading companies, making it possible for hundreds of millions of consumers to use their credit, debit, commercial, private-label, prepaid and chip cards safely and securely.

For more than 20 years, TSYS has delivered advanced technology and enhanced value to many of the world’s leading companies, making it possible for hundreds of millions of consumers to use their credit, debit, commercial, private-label, prepaid, and chip cards safely and securely.

Jeanne McDowell’s primary focus will be the coordination of all quality improvement at TSYS, across all business units. Prior to joining TSYS, McDowell worked for Nextel Communications, GE Capital and First Data Resources. A Six Sigma Master Black Belt, she significantly improved cash flow by implementing a process improvement effort at Nextel.

“Six Sigma enables organizations to achieve greater efficiency, profitability and customer satisfaction,” says McDowell. “I’m delighted to join an organization as committed to operational excellence as TSYS, and I look forward to helping TSYS deploy its Six Sigma initiatives and fulfill its commitment to operational excellence.”

For more information, visit www.tsys.com.

 

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