Mobile parking payment solutions provider QuickPay appoints Sukanta Ganguly as CTO

Telecom Lead America: QuickPay, a provider of mobile parking payment solutions, has appointed Sukanta Ganguly as chief technology officer.

QuickPay appoints Sukanta Ganguly as CTO

Sukanta will help QuickPay fine-tune product development processes to ensure QuickPay continues to deliver innovative parking solutions to its customers.

“QuickPay’s technology alleviates the payment issue for the parking industry and provides a solution to drivers pained by the parking process. I find it a unique opportunity to develop state-of-the-art products that bring much-needed innovation to the parking industry,” said Sukanta Ganguly, CTO, QuickPay.

He will lead his product team to accelerate product development, optimize the deployment process and ensure compliance with industry standards.

Sukanta plans to identify and fulfill user and operator needs, increasing QuickPay’s customer base in the process.

He will support QuickPay in its fund raising initiatives.

Recently, the company appointed Barney Pell as CEO.

Most recently Sukanta served as CTO and head of products at TakingPoint, a social network focused on helping veterans transition post-service.

“With the addition of Sukanta to the QuickPay executive team, the company is further equipped to better deliver and execute on QuickPay’s vision to provide powerful simplicity in the form of a cutting-edge mobile payment platform to the parking industry,” said Barney Pell, chairman and CEO, QuickPay.

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