CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Michael Carter, Co-Founder and CMO of Silicon Prairie.
Co-Founder and CMO
Prairie Cloudware, Inc
January 2013 – Present (2 years 7 months)The Silicon Prairie
Responsible for supporting roll out of Prairie Cloudware’s Digital Payments Guardian which provides banks and credit unions with the ability to directly control and benefit from their customers desire for and use of digital payments online and in-store.
September 2012 – Present (2 years 11 months)The Silicon Prairie
D3 Banking provides data driven, omnichannel, digital banking – on premise and in a SaaS-based model – for banks and credit unions with 100,000 or more digital users. D3 Banking will announce D3 Small Business Banking in 2015 to compliment its D3 Consumer Banking launched in 2014. In 2015, the company will release its D3 Wealth Management product.
You’re Not In Kansas Anymore, LLC
October 2004 – Present (10 years 10 months)
Focused on helping organizations in transitions related to strategic growth, corporate development, new market development and integrated marketing programs.
Clients include or have included: D3 Banking (financial services), Prairie Cloudware (payments) RS Software (payments), Paragon Application Services (software), Green Oasis (alternative fuel technology), Scooter’s Coffeehouse (gourmet coffee provider), Paradyne (broadband infrastructure), Barkley Evergreen and Partners Public Relations (public relations and cause marketing), Croghan Investments (venture capital investing) and S1 Corporation (financial services and retail payments software).
Perform multiple services from operational and process consulting to brand management. Specialist in brand positioning through redefinition of category and strategic analysis of market opportunity relative to product or service offering.
Founder, Lead Investor
Horizon Fuels, EFR Systems and EFR Technology LLC
January 2004 – Present (11 years 7 months)
The mission of EFRS and EFRT is to create viable, profitable methods of extending the market life of fossil fuels. Without drilling another well or importing another barrel of crude oil, EFR technology can add millions of gallons of gallons of available diesel fuel to the available inventory in the United States. Contact Michael Carter @ [email protected]
April 2009 – January 2011 (1 year 10 months)
Worked as consulting December 2008 to April 2009 on project to clarify positioning of S1 which at the time had four active brands. Hired to reposition S1 under recommended single brand strategy. Worldwide marketing was then consolidated under my oversight to develop operationally linked accountability as well as repeatable best of breed processes.