MAP welcomes Dan Ruppe as Senior Vice President of Product Services

SEATTLE , WA (February 23, 2023) — Member Access Processing (MAP), the nation’s leading provider of the Visa DPS Debit, Credit, ATM, Prepaid, and Mobile Processing platform to credit unions, today announced the appointment of Dan Ruppe as Senior Vice President of Product Services. Reporting to CEO Cyndie Martini, Ruppe will lead MAP’s growing suite of payment services, including the management of third-party solutions from the nation’s leading providers.

“We are thrilled to have Dan join our team in this strategic role to expand and develop MAP’s product services,” said Cyndie Martini, President and CEO of MAP. “His wealth of experience and proven track record of success make him the perfect fit for this important position.”

An experienced product strategist and leader, Ruppe brings over three decades of experience in the card payments industry and has held various staff and management positions in the areas of Account/Service Management, Systems Quality Assurance, Business Analysis, Compliance, Sales, and Product Management. His past companies have included PaySys International, Hogan Systems, PSCU, and the combined entities of the Honor Debit/ATM network, the Star Debit/ATM network, and First Data Corp.

About Member Access Processing

Member Access Processing (MAP) is the nation’s only card processing aggregator of the Visa Debit Processing Service platform for credit unions. MAP’s special role in the marketplace provides its client credit unions the unique opportunity to leverage the Technology, Security, and Service of Visa for their members. As a Credit Union Service Organization, MAP is committed to the credit union movement and values its credit union clients first and foremost. Working directly with Visa, MAP offers customized, turn-key Debit, Credit, ATM, Mobile, Prepaid-Reloadable, and Gift solutions — all supported by MAP’s five-star training, support, and service.


Kathrine Guzik
Member Access Processing (MAP)
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