Mel Walter Named Vice President of Self-Service Business Development for NCR

  • NCR Corporation
  • 02.13.07
Mel Walter has been named to the newly created position of vice president of self-service business development for NCR Corporation.

A 27-year veteran of NCR, Walter will be responsible for strategic alliances, mergers and acquisitions and industry analyst relations as it relates to NCR’s self-service businesses. 

Reporting to NCR President and Chief Executive Office Bill Nuti, Walter will work with the company’s business units on implementing its self-service strategy in targeted industries such as banking, retail, travel, health care, public sector and gaming.

“Mel is a visionary with practical, long-term experience.  He will serve NCR well as we strengthen our current self-service offerings and expand NCR’s solution portfolio into new industry segments and application areas,” said Nuti. 

Walter most recently served as vice president of major accounts for NCR’s financial solutions division where he was responsible for driving the company’s self-service business with the largest financial institutions and automated teller machine (ATM) deployers in the United States.

Walter joined NCR in 1980 where he worked in engineering on the development side of the ATM business, proceeding to the product marketing function where he was eventually named assistant vice president of ATM marketing for the U.S. sales group.

Walter then joined the Gasper Corporation, a leading provider of ATM software, as vice president of global sales and marketing.  He returned to NCR in 1999 when Gasper became a wholly owned subsidiary of NCR and served as head of the North America managed services organization, after which he led the company’s mobile commerce initiative.

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