SQN Banking Systems announces leadership change as its president retires

Rancocas-based SQN Banking Systems announced on Friday that its long-term president, Joe Uhland, will retire effective June 30.

Chief Technology Officer Stan Jaslar will replace Uhland as SQN CEO and president.

Uhland has led SQN since 1996, and he’s given 38 years of service to the company and its valued customers. Under Uhland’s guidance, SQN experienced tremendous growth and became an industry leader in the signature verification and fraud detection markets.

His accomplishments include developing state-of-the-art check fraud detection systems and facilitating hundreds of successful installations in the financial industry, including in six of the Top 10 banks in the U.S.

Reflecting on his colleague’s departure, Jaslar wrote: “Joe’s vision and drive, combined with his commitment to serving the best long-term interests of the company, have strengthened SQN. He leaves a more agile and resilient company, well-placed to win in this fast-changing, dynamic industry. I’d like to thank him personally, and on behalf of the board, for his contribution and dedication to SQN.”

Jaslar will replace Uhland as president of SQN effective immediately. During his 33-year career, Jaslar has held various positions at SQN. In addition to his most recent role as chief technology officer, Jaslar has also led SQN’s product development and technical services teams.