Bill Hyman

Bill Hyman is Senior Solutions Consultant at S1 Enterprise. Bill has over 20 years of experience in business management and technology. Before joining S1, Bill spent more than 10 years with Fidelity National Information Services. Before Fidelity, Bill was Managing Consultant and Practice Lead for Ballantyne Consulting Group, where he managed the company's software development practice. Throughout his career, Bill has led implementation projects for many large financial institutions, including some of the country's largest banks. Bill is a graduate of Clemson University, with a degree in Industrial Management with an emphasis in Computer Information Systems. He can be reached at bill.hyman@s1.com.

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