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Checkfree Names Three to Sell Heliograph Product Set

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Following its recent acquisition of Heliograph, Checkfree has named three new sales executives charged with expanding the new unit’s suite of financial messaging products. Aaron Overy joins as sales associate with responsibility for the TradeFlow TPM system. His background includes stints at ABN Amro, Thomson Financial, Primark and BITA Plus, now Cor Risk Solutions, part of Cor Financial Solutions. Ian Moore, who becomes a pre-sales consultant, was previously at Deutsche Asset Management. And Mark Elton, sales associate for the eVent corporate actions product, was with OM, Deutsche Bank and Nomura International.

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