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JSA Technologies welcomes Jon Gear to its team

Chris Corum   ||   Dec 13, 2005  ||   ,

JSA Technologies Inc. has appointed Jon Gear, former Director of Ohio State’s ID card program, as Vice President of Service. Mr. Gear will oversee all service aspects of JSA’s StudentLink product, as well as focus on business development and partnership opportunities.

Jon has more than 15 years experience in the higher education market. At his most recent position as Director of BuckID Card Services at The Ohio State University, he saw web deposits double in three years. He implemented a state-of-the-art video imaging system and the Micro POS system, as well as converted the program to IP based communications and enhanced off-campus merchant reporting.

David Johnson, CEO of JSA stated, “We are very excited about Jon joining our team. He has an entrepreneurial spirit, standard of quality, and ethical standards that are hard to beat.”

Mr. Gear said: “I have found in JSA a company that embodies everything I find most important. JSA is the perfect example of how a company should operate in the higher education arena. The decision to join David and his team was easy.”

JSA Technologies Inc. provides campuses with patented web-access solutions that enhance life for students, parents and campus administrators. Since its inception in 1988, JSA has grown to serve some of the most prestigious institutions in the United States. They can be reached at 877-JSA-TECH (572-8324) or on the web at

Editor’s note: Jon has been a great friend to CR80News and the entire campus card industry. We wish him the best in this new endeavor. Congrats Jon!

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