Intellaegis, which operates in the repossession and recovery spaces as masterQueue, named a new head of sales this week.

Taking on the position is Brynn Layton, who will be reporting to Intellaegis chief operating officer Lance Suder and lead all sales and marketing efforts for the fintech company.

“We’re excited to have a seasoned professional like Brynn joining our sales team. He brings 25 years of valuable experience in the auto finance and data industries,” Suder said in a news release. 

“We look forward to leveraging his background in data analytics, customer success and sales management to enhance our product offerings and execute on our enterprise sales strategy,” Suder continued.

Intellaegis highlighted Layton has held executive leadership roles in many aspects of the financial services industry. He has run high-profile call centers in debt collection at Chrysler Financial and Wells Fargo.

Layton also previously led credit and collections oversight at a rapidly expanding subprime auto finance company where his analytical expertise helped the company achieve significant revenue growth.

Furthermore the company said Layton also has led teams in third-party risk oversight and analytics at D&B and Supply Wisdom, and he spent several years leading a team at TransUnion that managed one of its largest credit card clients.

“Now that masterQueue has become a leading fintech platform in the identification and mitigation of high-risk accounts in auto finance and credit card servicing, and with our recent growth in govtech to help states with Medicaid enrollee communication, the need to bring in a sales leader to help our company grow these opportunities became apparent,” Intellaegis founder and CEO John Lewis said.

“We are confident in Brynn’s ability to use his deep experience to help us intensify our direct and channel partner sales coverage,” Lewis added.

Layton shared his perspectives about his newest professional stop.

“I am thankful for the opportunity to join the Intellaegis family. I joined Intellaegis for one main reason: they are proving to be a disrupter in the collections Industry,” Layton said.

“I believe the ability to gather, organize, and track disparate data to find the optimal Right Party Contact allows companies to control and maximize their OPEX costs and decrease delinquency/repo rates,” he went on to say.

To learn more about Intellaegis and its masterQueue platform, visit this website.