HEIT Adds Peter Matino to Management Team

HEIT announced that Peter N. Matino has joined the organization as senior vice president of sales and marketing. HEIT provides integrated technology and business services that continuously monitor, support and secure the financial institution’s technology assets over the cloud, while ensuring compliance readiness.

In his new position at HEIT, Matino oversees business development, client relations and marketing. His responsibilities at HEIT also include ensuring that clients’ evolving technology and compliance needs are met through the company’s managed services, subject matter experts and support resources. HEIT, which merged earlier this year with Simpler-Webb, serves more than 400 community financial institutions.

Matino brings a wealth of experience in leading and managing sales and client service teams, developed over a 30-year career in the financial services and technology industries. Before joining HEIT, Matino served in key leadership positions and was responsible for growing client-centric divisions at American Express, Alliance Data and MagTek servicing community financial institutions. He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Susquehanna University.

“The increasing complexity of today’s technology is driving community financial institutions to look for an improved and more flexible way to manage their datacenter infrastructure,” said Dan Holt, CEO of HEIT. “Peter’s experience in building client relationships with some of the leading financial services organizations will be a valuable asset to HEIT as we continue to expand our capabilities and number of client institutions.”


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