National Credit Center Office Will Develop State-Of-The-Art Software Solutions
LAS VEGAS, June 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Sackett National Holdings, Inc. (SNH), a leading provider of financial services data, automotive, employment screening and energy solutions and services, today announced that it has opened a new office in Kansas City. The company’s new Midwestern office will develop and implement state-of-the-art automotive software solutions for customers of SNH subsidiary National Credit Center (NCC).
Jevin Sackett, SNH Chief Executive Officer, said the opening of the Kansas City office is a significant expansion of NCC’s national presence.
“Our new office in Kansas City is yet another important milestone in the evolution of both SNH and NCC,” Sackett said. “As an industry leader in innovative software solutions, NCC’s Kansas City office will play a key role in developing new products designed to ensure that we continue to offer our automotive customers state-of-the-art technology.”
Sackett added that locating NCC’s software solutions office in Kansas City—in an area often referred to as the ‘Silicon Prairie’—was a logical choice given that region’s rapidly expanding technology industry.
“Among America’s largest metropolitan centers, Kansas City had the third highest number of technology start-ups between 1999 and 2010,” Sackett said. “As an industry leader in innovative software solutions, NCC–and its customers–will greatly benefit from Kansas City’s burgeoning technological ecosystem.”
Leading the new NCC office in Kansas City will be Shawn Morse, SNH Senior Vice-President, Software Solutions. An automotive industry veteran, Morse possesses more than 15 years of related industry experience; prior to joining SNH/NCC, Morse served as Sales Director for VinSolutions, and when Autotrader.com acquired that company, he was responsible for revenue growth throughout Canada and the Western United States.
“The software solutions developed in our Kansas City office will allow us to provide a suite of products designed to assist NCC’s more than 4,000 dealership customers to better engage with their clients,” Morse said. “We are committed to developing innovative software products and solutions that will provide our clients greater insight into their customer base, and thereby strengthen those relationships.”
Morse added that NCC’s Kansas City office will initially employ about two-dozen technology professionals, and that the company expects to expand its regional product and software development operations over time.