Nordis Technologies Promotes Suzzi Morrison to CTO
Nordis Technologies, a customer communication management and payments solutions company, said it promoted Suzzi Morrison from Vice President of Technology to Chief Technology Officer. In her role, Morrison leads the software development and information technology teams, a critical role as the company prepares to roll out an enhanced version of its industry-leading, cloud-based Expresso CCM platform in 2019.
“Suzzi has demonstrated an unwavering passion and commitment to our company and clients. She brought deep hospitality vertical experience to our business and has expanded that expertise to all of the markets we serve,” said Ronnie Selinger, founder, president and CEO of Nordis Technologies. "She is a business and technology leader who has built strong product development and IT teams that ensure our Expresso software suite has the features and functionality that keep our clients on the leading-edge in their markets.”
Since joining Nordis Technologies in 2015, Morrison led the integration of ExpressoPay, the company’s electronic bill presentment and payment system, into Expresso. She also built out Expresso’s omnichannel capabilities, adding mobile options including enhanced email, texting and mobile wallet solutions. Under her leadership, the company developed ExpressoCertifed, which automates the laborious manual process of preparing, sending and tracking USPS Certified Mail packages.
Before joining Nordis, Morrison ran a successful IT consulting company for more than 20 years. She has a wealth of experience in corporate automation planning, project management, strategic and disaster-recovery planning, system and software design, software-implementation, operations and process review. Her clients included Hilton Grand Vacations, Marriott Vacations Worldwide, Disney Vacation Club, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, and Wyndham Resorts. Before starting her business, Morrison worked for RCC, a hospitality software provider, as well as Hilton Grand Vacations.
Morrison studied Information Technology at the University of Phoenix. She chairs the American Resort Development Association Technology Committee and holds an invited seat as the technology lead on the ARDA Meetings Committee.