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Jack Prim began his career in the financial industry in 1977 as a sales representative. In 1985, after eight years of learning the business, honing his skills and earning a master's degree in business administration, Prim was hired by Broadway & Seymour, Inc. (BSI). He worked his way up through the company, and in 1994 he was named vice president of Client Services. When Jack Henry & Associates acquired BSI's Community Banking Division, Prim's decisive management style and continued successes made him the natural choice for general manager of OutLink Services, a newly created division. Five years later he was named general manager of E-Services, a new business unit formed to combine electronic processing and outsourcing services to Jack Henry's customers. Prim was appointed chief operating officer in 2001, where he focused the company's operations on customer satisfaction and a consistent growth pattern. Prim was named president in 2003, CEO in 2004, and Chairman of the Board in 2012.
A Monett, Missouri, native, Tony Wormington was always interested in computer technology, so when the time came to look for a job, there was no need to look very far from home. Jack Henry & Associates was a perfect fit. Wormington began his career with the company in 1980. He was initially hired as an installer, a position he flourished in until 1984 when he was promoted to manager of Installation Services. In 1986 Wormington switched gears and joined the company's Research and Development team. After seven successful years in the department, he was named manager of Research and Development, a position he held for another seven years. Wormington was named vice president in 1998. From 2000 to 2002, he served as general manager of Technology Services, where he focused on the technology direction for the company's core and complementary solutions. Wormington took over as chief operations officer in 2003 and was named president a year later. He continues to live in and love Monett, and his weekends are usually spent playing golf, motorcycling and spending time with his wife and daughter.
A 1987 graduate of Missouri Southern State College, Kevin Williams earned a bachelor's degree in business administration-accounting. He is a Certified Public Accountant, a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), and a member of the Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants (MSCPA). Williams was introduced to Jack Henry & Associate in 1989 when the accounting firm he worked for took on the company as a client. During the seven years Williams performed audit work for Jack Henry & Associates, he got to know and respect the company and its managers for their work ethic and business practices. He left public accounting in 1998 to join Jack Henry & Associates as corporate controller. Williams' diverse background, interpersonal skills, and professional drive made him the natural selection in 2001 as chief financial officer and treasurer. He lives with his wife and daughter in Monett, Missouri; and considers being a great dad one of his most important accomplishments.
Mark Forbis began his career in 1982 with Systematics (now Fidelity Information Systems) in its data center in Fayetteville, Arkansas, while attending the University of Arkansas. He worked in various capacities in the data center until moving to another start-up data center (BankTec) in Fayetteville. BankTec was a joint venture between the owners of First National of Fayetteville and the owners of JB Hunt Trucking Co. Forbis served as BankTec's operations manager from 1986 until 1988. He then moved to Monett, Missouri, and joined Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. in the CIF 36 Support Department. In 1989 he joined the SilverLake® Installation Department and worked on many of the early SilverLake customer installs. A year later he joined the Research & Development Department where he spent the next four years developing products and enhancing SilverLake. In 1994 he served a brief stint as manager of Installation Services before being asked to develop a Check Image solution for the company. From 1994 until 2003, he was manager of the Image and Item Processing division, where he was responsible for development, installation, and support of the company's Check and Document Image products. In 2003 he succeeded Tony Wormington as general manager of Technology Services, where he has focused on the technology direction of the company's core banking and credit union solutions, as well as numerous complementary products. Forbis was named vice president and chief technology officer in 2006. Forbis resides in Monett with his wife and two sons. He enjoys traveling with his family.