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Atrium under new leadership

Andrew Hudson   ||   May 14, 2015  ||   

Atrium, one of the latest vendors to enter the campus card market, has announced new leadership within the company.

Citing personal reasons, former CEO James Doyle announced an early retirement from the Atrium Board. Effective immediately, Tammy Johnson will accept the role of interim CEO and President.

“We’re extremely grateful for the leadership James provided, and for his participation in proving the viability and competitiveness of the Atrium product. We look forward to his continued participation as an advisor as we work with our current clients and introduce new campus card administrators to our revolutionary product," says Johnson. "We remain committed to our core values of teamwork, integrity, customer support and providing innovative solutions for the campus ID market.”

Tammy Johnson has been the Chief Financial Officer of JSA Technologies since 2003, and joined Atrium as CFO and Partner at the time of the company's founding in 2012.

Atrium is backed by JSA Technologies, and is an extension of the card system technology in use today at over 100 universities and colleges nationwide. JSA Technologies provides online and mobile payment and account management solutions. Specializing in financial transactions for colleges and universities, JSA offers solutions for online ID Card account management, tuition payment and other bill payment applications.

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