Transact Names Autumn Flora Chief Marketing Officer

PHOENIX–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Transact, the leader in innovative credential and payment solutions for a connected campus, today announced Autumn Flora has been named Chief Marketing Officer. Ms. Flora is a strategic marketing leader who brings nearly 20 years of global payments, eCommerce, and financial services technology experience to the growing company.

As CMO, Ms. Flora will be responsible for creating and accelerating Transact’s marketing strategy, brand awareness, and customer loyalty, and for driving growth of Transact’s products and services.

“Autumn brings a valuable combination of customer centricity, technical aptitude, and payments expertise to our growing firm,” said Transact CEO Nancy Langer. “She has inquisitive, innovative, and agile traits we’ll leverage as we expand our position in the dynamic fintech marketplace.”

Most recently, Ms. Flora was vice president of customer marketing at ACI Worldwide, a global, real-time payments company. In that role, she led a global team focused on driving growth, retention, and loyalty within the company’s merchant and biller segments. Earlier in her career, Ms. Flora served at ACI Payments, Inc. (formerly Official Payments Corp.), a financial services technology company providing bill payment solutions to government, utility, and higher education companies.

Ms. Flora earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in business management and marketing with a minor in information systems from Kent State University.

About Transact

Transact is the leader in innovative payment and mobile credential solutions for a connected campus. Its highly configurable, mobile-centric campus technology ecosystem simplifies the student experience across the full spectrum of student life. Transact’s offerings include integrated solutions for tuition, room and board, and commerce. Transact also provides solutions for multi-purpose campus IDs and stored value. With a long-standing reputation in the education community, Transact proudly serves more than 12 million students across 1,750+ client institutions. Transact’s solutions facilitate $45 billion in payments annually and have enabled more than 58 million contactless mobile wallet transactions and $90 million in mobile orders in less than three years. For more information, visit