Eric Eicke Rejoins Source Technologies as Director of Software Innovations

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Feb. 1, 2016 – Source Technologies, a leading provider of integrated solutions for managing financial transactions and other secure business processes, announced that Eric Eicke has rejoined the company as its new director of Software Innovations, where he will be responsible for designing and writing software for the enterprise, as well as providing technical expertise on software implementation for Source Technologies’ customers.

Eicke brings more than 20 years of experience to the Source Technologies team. Eicke first joined Source Technologies in 2001 as a senior software engineer, where he assisted with the design and development of a host of software solutions – including Source Technologies’ existing CheckPartner Enterprise check printing solution. In 2004, Eicke was promoted to principal engineer, where he continued to develop secure software solutions for the industry.

Before rejoining Source Technologies, Eicke served as president of Eicke Consulting LLC, where he assisted clients with their software development issues; and as co-owner of NetToolWorks, Inc., a provider of simple management protocol (SNMP) consulting services.

“Eric’s expertise in software development has been a tremendous asset to us in the past and we are thrilled to have him back on the team,” said Keith Hamilton, CEO of Source Technologies. “He has a proven track record of driving innovation for financial institutions and as the industry continues to evolve rapidly, we look forward to having him play a key role in defining that evolution for our customers.”

About Source Technologies

Founded in 1986, Charlotte, NC-based Source Technologies is redefining the branch channel by helping banks transform their branches with automation, innovative technology and superior engineering. The company’s print solutions empower businesses to automate the secure printing of sensitive information and negotiable documents, and its ground-breaking transactional and interactive kiosks for self-service and retail applications enhance the self-service experience. Customers include 6 of the Top 10 US banks, 69 of the Fortune 100, and thousands of small and mid-sized companies.  For more information, visit, or follow them on FacebookTwitter, or LinkedIn.

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