HOUSTON, TX -- InteLogix is pleased to welcome John Watson as the Senior Vice President of Financial Shared Services (“FSS”). With 20 years of comprehensive experience in the ARM industry, John’s arrival is a significant step toward enhancing and fortifying the growth of several strategic elements of our business. John will be responsible for building a best-in-class, digital-first ARM business to complement the company’s leading CX business, providing seamless experiences for our clients’ customer journey. 

John’s leadership in financial services commenced at Ernst & Young, where he specialized in accounting, strategy consulting, and M&A advisory. His most recent role before joining InteLogix was at InDebted, a global, digital-first accounts receivable management organization. Over nearly three years, John served first as  US CEO and then as global Chief Commercial Officer. Prior to InDebted, John spent over a decade at ARS National Services, building the company into one of the largest, highest performing, and most respected third-party recoveries firms in the US. Driving substantial growth and spearheading innovation has been the hallmark of John’s career. 

Mario Baddour, President and CEO, stated, "Guided by John's visionary leadership, we are rapidly achieving significant milestones in actualizing our progressive strategy. Our focus on optimizing revenue recovery and safeguarding the customer experience is now propelled by smart solutions driven by our team of consultative advisors. This marks a decisive step forward in our commitment to excellence and innovation as we forge a path toward unparalleled success."

About InteLogix

InteLogix is an established industry leader with over 65 years of service delivery excellence, specializing in providing tailor-made strategies to solve clients’ underlying needs to maximize results. Their smart solutions are trusted daily by clients in diverse industries, delivering a unique advantage of bringing business expertise, innovative ideas, and best practices to their clients’ programs of varying complexity and scope.

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