Leading global payment solutions provider Debitsuccess has announced that David Christiansen will join the company as National Sales Manager for Australia.

Mr Christiansen has more than 20 years’ sales leadership experience, most recently in senior sales management positions with international software companies Kronos and PageUp

Davin Miller, Debitsuccess Australasia Chief Executive Officer, says Mr Christiansen’s extensive sales and business development experience will stand the company in good stead as it continues to grow the business and extend into new industries throughout Australia.

“David has comprehensive sales management experience and a proven sales track record.  His firsthand experience of both domestic and international business will prove invaluable,” says Mr Miller.

“We’re looking forward to David spearheading our ongoing commitment to our existing client base, leveraging our growing footprint and maximising business development opportunities.”

Mr Christiansen has worked for a range of services based organisations including DHL, TNT, Dun and Bradstreet, Wolters Kluwer, and Iron Mountain.  Originally from Melbourne, his experience also spans various regions including Saudi Arabia, Cairo, Dubai, Bangkok and New Zealand.

Debitsuccess is part of Transaction Services Group, which also comprises Debitsuccess in the United States and New Zealand, FFA Paysmart in Australasia, and United Kingdom based DFC and Harlands Group.

Debitsuccess specialises in collecting any day any frequency recurring payments from customers through its full service payment platform, which includes billing, customer service, credit control, and the highest level of international data security – level 1 Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).

Operating internationally for more than 20 years, Debitsuccess has been working with organisations in industries including fitness, insurance and education.  With its award-winning retention call center, the business creates payment solutions for customers across the world.

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