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CheckFree Hires New Vice President

December 19, 2007

Brookfield, WI — CheckFree, now part of Fiserv, Inc., a leading provider of information technology services to the financial industry, today announced that Peter T. Crenier has been hired as senior vice president to manage the CheckFree Investment Services sales team. In his new role, Crenier will lead the team responsible for sales of CheckFree Investment Services solutions, including CheckFree APL, CheckFree’s Unified Managed Account platform, CheckFree’s Mutual Fund Advisory platform, CheckFree EPL Trading Solutions and CheckFree EPL Reporting Solutions.Crenier is an accomplished senior-level, sales professional with more than 25 years of experience in the industry.

Most recently, he was vice president national accounts for DST Output (NYSE:DST) managing sales for the company’s $200 million financial services, insurance and health vertical markets. Before taking that role, Crenier was responsible for sales for DST Output’s $123 million dollar mutual fund vertical market. Prior to joining DST Output, he designed, developed and managed the first sales operations organization for Lycos, a leading provider of publishing, media and search services.

“Peter has a deep understanding of technology solutions for the financial services and other vertical markets,” said Michael Gianoni, executive vice president and general manager, CheckFree Investment Service. “This expertise coupled with his sales and marketing knowledge makes him a valuable addition to our team, as the industry is experiencing increased interest and continued growth of managed accounts and performance measurement technology solutions.”

Crenier will be located in the new CheckFree office in Boston, at 101 Huntington Ave. For more information, visit

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