Simply Easier Payments Announces 
New President

 Simply Easier Payments, which offers turn-key and customized payment solutions for insurance agencies, brokers, MGAs, carriers, premium finance companies, and fee-only financial advisors, announced today that Bradley Whitley-Williams will take over as president to help the company expand and continue growing.

Whitley-Williams will begin day-to-day operations of the Durham-based company in August 2022 replacing president Duke Williams, who founded the company 16 years ago and is remaining chairman of the Board of Directors.

A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Whitley-Williams began his career designing customer experiences for financial services firms and has used that expertise to help companies
implement technological solutions that improve customer satisfaction and boost efficiency. 

In a previous job at financial services firm TIAA, he led various operational and analytical functions across wealth management, personal financial planning, and banking. During a decade in the field, he has brought multiple new financial products to market, an experience that he will draw on as he leads Simply Easier Payments, which recently expanded from its core clientele of insurance agencies, brokers, MGAs, carriers, and premium finance companies to add investment advisors. 

Simply Easier Payments is a leading total payment solution partner for the insurance sector and financial advisors accepting mobile and online payments. It provides customers with a one-stop credit card payment processing solution designed for regulated businesses, offers a hassle-free experience without the high fees other providers charge, and is 100 percent compliant in all 50 states in the U.S. For over a decade, Simply Easier Payments has provided secure, compliant, and reliable payment solutions to thousands of businesses around the nation. Since its inception in 2006, reliability and affordability have been the cornerstone principles for delivering real, working solutions to its customers.  To learn more, visit:

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