Diebold Nixdorf appoints Roselyne Jauffret as Vice President of EMEA South 

With this appointment, Diebold Nixdorf confirms its ambitions for the EMEA and South regions

Diebold Nixdorf (NYSE: DBD), a global leader in driving connected commerce across the financial and retail industries, announces the appointment of Roselyne Jauffret as Vice President, EMEA South. She is responsible for accelerating the group’s strategy for banking solutions and payment technology systems and overseeing the business and offerings in Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe. 

Roselyne Jauffret has 15 years of experience with major groups in the payment software industry, which has enabled her to build a solid network across Europe and Africa. She joins Diebold Nixdorf with the responsibility of implementing a global strategy for customers in the EMEA South region and driving sales momentum across the group’s solutions. This is a real challenge in a new post-Covid context where banks must now adapt to new customer and market demands, while evolving their payment and self-service solutions towards agile and modern systems to gain value.

Roselyne Jauffret has held several management positions in the payment industry, for Europe and Africa. She joined Atos Wordline in 2006 as International Business and Marketing Manager to develop the French and European activities in the field of online services. In 2008, she joined Ingenico where she held various responsibilities, including Services Marketing Manager, EMEA Key Account Manager, then finally Europe Sales Manager. In 2014, Roselyne joined the ACI Worldwide group as Sales Director Europe with the responsibility of creating new activities. Following that she joined the Temenos group, which specialised in banking software, as Sales Director for Southern Europe and North Africa.

As new uses take hold in the payment’s world, new challenges, such as digitalization and customer experience, may present additional challenges for banks. Roselyne’s leadership background in the payment solutions and transactions sector has given her a disruptive vision in a strategic market,” says Octavio Marquez, senior vice president, Global Banking. “I am confident that her increased expertise and taste for innovation and technology will strengthen our positioning with financial institutions in the EMEA and South regions.”

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