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Mr. Steve Taylor

Wrong Steve Taylor?

Chief Executive Officer

PreCash , Inc.
5120 Woodway Drive Suite 6001
Houston, Texas 77056
United States

Company Description: PreCash, Inc is a fast growing downtown Portland company providing an innovative suite of electronic payments products and services to our nationwide partners in...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Catalyst Systems Corporation

Education

  • Bachelor of Science , accounting
    Northern Arizona University
53 Total References
Web References
Management | PreCash
www.precash.com, 9 Oct 2014 [cached]
Steve Taylor Chief Executive Officer
Steve Taylor is chief executive officer (CEO) of PreCash, Inc. Steve joined PreCash in 2002 and is a 20-year veteran of the payments industry.
Steve most recently served PreCash as chief operations officer (COO) and chief financial officer (CFO). Steve began his career with PreCash as controller and vice president of finance, and immediately began to drive improvement in areas under his influence. He quickly became senior vice president of operations, then executive vice president of operations before being named CFO in 2009 and COO 2010. Steve's leadership has helped PreCash grow its revenue by more than 450 percent during the last five years, earning recognition from Inc. Magazine and Deloitte.
Prior to his career at PreCash, Steve was CFO for Assembletech L.P. Steve previously served as vice president of finance for TeleCheck Services, Inc., where he successfully directed mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures. Steve is a Certified Public Accountant with a Bachelor of Science in accounting from Northern Arizona University.
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Steve Taylor Board Member
CEO - PreCash
Openmake Receives Ready for Rational Software Validation
www.solutions-daily.com, 9 Jan 2008 [cached]
Steve Taylor CTO Catalyst Systems
Catalyst Systems Corporation, a leading provider of Build to Release Workflow technology, announced that it is continuing to provide new offerings validated with IBM through the Ready for IBM Rational offering, receiving validation for the inter-operability between Openmake 6.4.1.1 and the IBM Rational Software Delivery Platform, desktop products V7.0. The announcement confirms that Openmake is validated for the complete Rational application lifecycle from IBM Rational Application Developer to IBM Rational ClearCase and to the IBM Rational Software Delivery Platform product lines.
Steve Taylor, CTO, Catalyst Systems, explains, "The integration between Openmake and the IBM Rational Software Delivery V7, desktop products, creates an improved development environment by providing a fully traceable and automated software delivery workflow.
Openmake - The Openmake Story
ftp.openmake.com, 19 Nov 2004 [cached]
Steve Taylor
Chief Technical Officer - Co-founder
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Steve TaylorMr. Taylor is an experienced senior developer, bringing 17 years of expertise with Client/Server and mainframe application development and system integration.Prior to founding Catalyst Systems Corporation, Mr. Taylor served as a Lead Technical Consultant responsible for the successful implementation of applications into the production environment.In this capacity, Mr. Taylor became expert in the use of various configuration management tools and recognized the need to build large applications using a nightly process.At this time he began developing the standardized versioning and build procedures which have since become Openmake.Mr. Taylor received his Bachelors of Science Degree in Computer Science/Mathematics from the University of Illinois-CU.
Management Team
ftp.openmake.com, 22 Sept 2014 [cached]
Steve Taylor - Chief Technical Officer - Co-founder
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Steve Taylor, CTO Mr. Taylor is an expert in software build management spanning multiple languages and platforms. He currently serves as CTO of OpenMake Software and is the architect of OpenMake Meister, the first commercially available build management solution. With more than 20 years of experience in application development, Mr. Taylor has the answers for solving the most difficult of build and release issues. Prior to founding OpenMake Software in 1995, Mr. Taylor served as a Technical Consultant assisting companies with defining a solid build and release process. Early in his career, Mr. Taylor recognized the need for a solid and agile build process that could easily adapt to source code changes. At this time he began developing the build procedures which have since become OpenMake Meister. Mr. Taylor received his Bachelors of Science Degree in Computer Science/Mathematics from the University of Illinois-CU.
Blog & Tools | PreCash
www.precash.com, 18 Aug 2014 [cached]
"By adding debit and prepaid card payments, we are reaching a broader segment of consumers who are looking for convenience and a faster way to manage and pay their bills," said Steve Taylor, CEO for PreCash.
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"Currently more than half of Americans have smartphones, and the number continues to grow," added Steve Taylor, president and CEO of PreCash.
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"Many consumers prefer to use cash as a way to manage their money, but it often takes more time and costs more to do so, especially if they want to make an expedited payment," said Steve Taylor, CEO and President for PreCash.
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"When paying bills at a convenience or grocery store, or using money orders, people pay a fee for each individual bill, they may have to go to several locations, and there are no tools that allow you to track and budget payments over several months," adds Taylor.
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"We see the issues in bill payment around speed and the intersection of mobile as a way for us to expand beyond the underserved space and into the bank space," says PreCash CEO Steve Taylor.
Mobile wallets will eventually become an alternative to a bank account by offering direct deposits, a companion card and more funding options, Taylor says.
"In those cases, the mobile wallet really is a bank account, and those mobile wallets are going to need bill paying services," Taylor adds.
Mobile wallets typically ask users to link a bank account or credit card, but several prominent wallets, such as Isis and PayPal, provide a stored-value account linked to a plastic card. PayPal users have several ways to fund their accounts without bank accounts, such as by using Coinstar machines, PayPal and Green Dot cash cards, and eventually MoneyGram.
Green Dot's GoBank account further demonstrates how prepaid card providers are making their offerings more like bank accounts, Taylor says.
With the cloud-based PayConnect system PreCash is launching this week, "80% of our payments [can be] made within one day," Taylor says.
Consumers paying bills online through a bank use a slower clearing process and typically cannot make payments when banks are closed on weekends, Taylor says.
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Though prepaid card marketers such as Green Dot sell reload cards, PreCash is the first company in the bill-pay market to utilize a gift-card concept, Taylor says. When the PayConnect card runs out of funds, the consumer would need to buy another one, he adds.
"We are taking this approach because we are bank-like secure and follow regulatory compliance, but we don't want the regulatory burden of holding a consumer's personal information with a reloadable payment card at this time," Taylor says.
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"Some [contracts] will be based on convenience fees, others on a revenue-share with partners," Taylor says.
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"Jim has extensive experience in the payments and financial services industry, much of that time spent in a leadership role helping companies improve operations, implement best practices and improve customer satisfaction," said Steve Taylor, CEO, PreCash.
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