DETROIT–Digital banking provider Bankjoy announced that it had named Michael Carroll as chief technology officer.
Bringing more than 10 years of technology experience to Bankjoy, Carroll was previously both vice president of engineering and vice president of strategic projects for telemedicine provider Teladoc Health. While there, he managed operations for an engineering department of more than 1,000 employees and led key engineering initiatives, including building the company’s flagship primary care product, delivering on strategic partnerships with CVS and Amazon, and ensuring the availability of the company’s telemedicine services throughout the COVID pandemic.
Prior to Teladoc Health, Carroll was part of the founding team of RubiconMD, where he served as vice president of engineering, creating the initial product, overseeing key integrations, and growing the engineering team and company through a Series B round. RubiconMD was later acquired by Oak Street Health.
Engineered by executives from financial institutions, Bankjoy delivers modern banking technology, including mobile, online, e-statements, online account opening, online loan application, and conversational AI to banks and credit unions of all sizes. The platform features cutting-edge integrations to quickly upgrade the digital banking experience and provide beautiful products with advanced features, simple navigation, and a modern look and feel. As a result, more financial institutions are choosing Bankjoy to drive their digital transformation.
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