GoldenSource – formerly known as Financial Technologies Inc (FTI) – has hired Mark Zill as executive vice president, with responsibilities including leadership and development of software operations for product management and development, customer care and international operations. Zill, based in New York. was previously with CheckFree Financial and Compliance Solutions through its acquisition of HelioGraph in 2003, which he managed. Prior to that, he was co-founder of software reselling business JGI/Baan, and was in management roles at Dun & Bradstreet. At GoldenSource, he will report into president and CEO Michael Meriton.
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