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Pete Major

Pete Major is a Senior Manager in our Symitar Implementations department. He began with Jack Henry in 2002, where he has served in numerous roles in over 30 core conversion, merger and post-implementation projects. He is considered an Episys subject matter expert and has led several development projects as a Senior Product Manager. In 2013, Pete was a recipient of the prestigious Jack Henry CEO’s Award for his role in supporting our sales organization. He started his career in financial services with Bank of America in 1996, working in several branches in Northern and Southern California. He holds a Bachelors in Business Administration and Information Systems from San Diego State University and an MBA from the Rady School of Management at University of California, San Diego.

Recent Posts

Are You Ignoring Your Core?

Posted by Pete Major

Wed, Jun 20, 2018 @ 11:00 AM

 

All systems require some type of regular investment (time, money, sweat, and maybe even some tears) and this is particularly true for your core system. Whether you use a service bureau or you have an in-house system, it’s easy to think that once you convert to a new system your job is done. But with any system, it’s important that you stay up to date. Things are changing at a dizzying pace in this industry and your financial institution (FI) needs to stay at the forefront. Here are some tips and tricks to help you stay current with your core.

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Topics: Financial Institution, Fintech, Information Security, Cybersecurity, Community Banks, Risk/Fraud

Living Core Philosophies, Not Just Meaningless Platitudes

Posted by Pete Major

Wed, Aug 03, 2016 @ 10:00 AM

Have you made a big mistake lately that would have been easy to simply sweep under the rug? Are your employees jumping up and down to volunteer to stay up all night to get that project completed? What makes employees go the extra mile and make the right choices in tough situations? It’s the culture you create by living your company’s core philosophies. Where your company’s purpose states “why” the organization exists, your core philosophy directs “how” employees do their work. I’d like to introduce you to how we do things here at JHA.

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Topics: Financial Service Industry Research, User Centricity

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