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Processor purchase: Pay Systems sells to Cincinnati firm - 2003-06-09 - Nashville Business Journal
Neither Pay Systems President Michael Dobbs nor Nicholas Adkins, vice president of marketing and business development, could be reached for comment.
reacquired the company in March 2001 and began to focus Pay Systems
on clients in Middle Tennessee.
In a release, Dobbs
said the purchase would allow Pay Systems
to leverage Sheakley's offerings to its current and future clients.
About Doctors Access
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Executive Officer
provides the strategic vision for Doctors Access
At an early age he
had an affinity for numbers and water.
Originally from New York, Michael swam (literally) his way through college on a swim scholarship at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. Michael's first real job after college was working as a data geek for Envoy in Nashville.
It was at Envoy where he decided that it was time to really kick it up a notch, so he went back to school and received his MBA from Belmont University in Nashville.
Using a class project assignment as the model for a business plan, Michael
went on to create a successful payroll processing company.
Wanting to again utilize his crafty skills with numbers, he found the perfect opportunity in acquiring Doctors Access in 2004.
What attracted Michael
to Doctors Access
then, is the same as it is now.....a bunch of happy customers.
Pay Systems of America -- Corporate Profile
Michael DobbsFounder, President and CEOMichael is responsible for the overall business management and strategic planning for Pay Systems of America.Prior to starting Pay Systems of America, Michael worked with ENVOY Corporation as a National Account Manager, where he oversaw the account management responsibilities of all of the company's national bank clients, including Bank of America, Merchant's Bank and Fleet Bank.Michael received his M.B.A. from Belmont University and his undergraduate degree in Economics from Southern Methodist University.
This is the first partnership that ...
This is the first partnership that the UK stroke center has formed with a community hospital, said Michael Dobbs, a UK neurologist and medical director of the UK-Georgetown Community Hospital Stroke Affiliation.
The program in Georgetown has been in place about two months.
"Community hospitals can benefit from stroke-care partnerships because it makes the resources of a major stroke-care center available for their patients and staff," Dobbs
Michael Dobbs, president of PSA, said "Now we will be able to leverage Sheakley's 40 years of experience to our current and future customers by providing administrative outsourcing solutions aimed at lessening the administrative burdens facing their businesses today."