Daniel Rich Galinson

National Account Executive Based in Minnesota

About Daniel Rich Galinson

Since 2007, Daniel Rich Galinson has served as a national account executive for Minnesota-based Solutran, a customized payment solutions company. In this role, he negotiates business opportunities with national retail clients. Prior to this position, Daniel Rich Galinson worked as a senior product manager for the company and dealt with new product development and online reporting modules.

Before he joined Solutran, Mr. Galinson was a collection manager for Game Financial Corporation, another Minnesota company. He provided collection training for the company and managed the recovery of returned checks. He also spent one year as a lead collector for Minneapolis-based AM Miller and Associates.

Following his graduation from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida, Mr. Galinson stayed in Florida, completed a practicum, and studied the five stages of group development, which include forming, storming, norming, conforming, and ending. He also completed another practicum that covered behavior and leadership of profit and non-profit organizations. Afterword, he moved to Minnesota and attended one seminar on conflict mediation and another on creating mediation.

Feed My Starving Children’s MobilePack Events

As a national account executive for Solutran, Daniel Rich Galinson has helped well-known retailers such as Walgreens and CVS implement the company’s point of sale system. Daniel Rich Galinson also actively supports Feed My Starving Children (FMSC), a nonprofit Christian organization that ships hand-packed meals to distribution partners around the world. To date, these meals have reached hungry children in nearly 70 countries worldwide.

To facilitate its mission of delivering nutritious meals where they are needed most, FMSC relies on volunteers to organize MobilePacks, which are events hosted by churches, schools, businesses, and community groups. Events require at least 500 volunteers who pack a minimum of 100,000 meals, all of which contain critical nutrients to aid child development and speed recovery from illness and malnutrition. Working with trusted in-country distribution partners, FMSC has seen 99.6% of its packed meals reach their intended recipients.

In 2014, volunteers packed nearly 63 million meals at more than 230 MobilePack events in 37 states.

RMHC Supports Family during Child’s Hospitalization

Daniel Rich Galinson leverages expertise in sales and payment processing to serve as a national account manager for Solutran in Minnesota. In addition to his professional endeavors, Daniel Rich Galinson supports a number of charitable organizations, including Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC).

Dedicated to serving children and their families, RMHC recently shared one family’s experience. When 11-month-old Autumn was hospitalized at Nationwide Children’s Hospital for an aggressive brain tumor, her family had to sleep beside Autumn’s hospital bed for about a week while they waited for a diagnosis.

They were soon referred to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio, which gave them a room at the Columbus Ronald McDonald House. As a result, they were able to take turns comforting Autumn and resting at the house during Autumn’s four-month hospital stay.

RMHC allowed the family to devote all of their attention to Autumn instead of worrying about mounting hotel expenses, meals, and other distractions. With RMHC’s support, the family was able to continuously stay with Autumn as she experienced a three-month diagnosis process, brain surgery, and 64 weeks of chemotherapy.

A NACHA Push Toward Nationwide Same Day ACH Processing

A national account executive with Solutran, Daniel Rich Galinson has long experience in the transaction processing management sphere. Daniel Rich Galinson stays current on industry trends in Automated Clearing House (ACH) processing, with an emphasis on consumer-to-business payments spanning a variety of retail settings.

In May, 2015, NACHA – The Electronic Payments Association, which manages the ACH Network’s development and governance, adopted a plan for Same Day ACH. This aims to create an integrated network for faster payments across the United States. Under the industrywide program, banks will be provided with a trio of same-day settlement windows. This requirement that receiving institutions process transactions on the same day gives originating institutions confidence in product sales that clear the same day. The end result will be that consumers and businesses alike can transfer money more quickly.

The CEO of NACHA describes the transition process toward three settlement windows on both the credit and debit side as moving ahead as planned. Same Day ACH for credit is expected to be fully implemented by September 2016, while same-day debit will go live one year later.

Becoming an Accredited ACH Professional

Daniel Rich Galinson is a national account executive at Solutran, a treasury management company in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and has served in this capacity since 2001. In 2005, Daniel Rich Galinson became an Accredited ACH Professional (AAP).

Individuals who complete ACH (Automated Clearing House) accreditation are understood to have exceptional comprehension of a wide range of subjects surrounding finance, risk management, and other topics relating to electronic payments. Currently, more than 4,000 Americans hold ACH accreditation, which is offered through the Electronic Payments Association (NACHA).

In order to achieve ACH accreditation, interested parties must successfully complete the AAP exam. This process requires close study of a specialized handbook and various other resources. Study culminates in a lengthy multiple-choice examination graded as pass or fail.

Once received, AAP status must be maintained by the completion of continuing education credits, earned within five years of the initial accreditation. These credits allow ACH professional to expand their knowledge of the field and remain up-to-date.

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