Bluepoint Solutions Names Dan Sollis VP of Business Development 

Industry veteran joins team of seasoned executives, focuses on growing company–

Vista, Calif. March 23, 2010- Bluepoint Solutions, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and leading innovator in remote deposit capture (RDC), image-based item processing and enterprise content management software technology for financial institutions, has appointed Dan Sollis, vice president of business development, effective immediately. In his new position, Sollis will be responsible for the growth and profitability of the company by managing and developing strategic partnerships and client opportunities within the financial services industry. Sollis will report to Hal Tilbury, Bluepoint founder and CEO.

Sollis brings more than 30 years of experience in the technology and financial services industries. Most recently he served as senior vice president of business development for Naperville, Ill.-based Infogix. While in this position, Sollis was key in helping the company launch new products and significantly grow new product revenues.

“We are pleased to welcome Dan to Bluepoint,” said Tilbury. “Dan’s extensive experience and high-energy approach will complement our current leadership team. We are confident his expertise in building relationships and knowledge of the financial services industry will further enable growth at Bluepoint. As more and more financial institutions look to expand RDC capabilities, including teller, home and merchant capture, bring item-processing in-house and replace legacy enterprise content management platforms,  we anticipate even more opportunities for growth. We believe Daniel will be instrumental in helping us secure these opportunities.”

Prior to his tenure at Infogix, Sollis was senior vice president of global sales for Sanchez Computer Associates (acquired by Fidelity Information Services) in Malvern, Penn., where he was responsible for leading a global sales team and growing the company’s revenue from $16 million to more than $100 million in a seven-year period.  Other positions held include vice president of financial services for Digital Equipment of Canada. Sollis holds a bachelor of arts in economics degree from The University of Victoria and a master of business administration degree from the University of British Columbia.

“Bluepoint is widely respected within the financial services community,” said Sollis. “What first attracted me to the company was its modern technology and unique best practices approach. The company’s client retention rate, more than 98 percent, speaks volumes to its customer service commitment. So many providers in today’s market tout customer service, but few actually deliver on that promise to the extent that Bluepoint serves its client base. I look forward to working with the team and to helping bring Bluepoint’s capabilities to even more institutions in the market.”bers, reduce costs, and streamline internal operations. For more information, visit