Our Leadership

George Reich | President and CEO

A graduate of California State University with a degree in business, George possesses 30 years of experience in electronic payment systems. A military veteran with a diverse range of professional and church experiences, George volunteered six years as a Bible study teacher with Bible Study Fellowship and is a former member of the board of directors of Sterling Payment Systems, a national credit card processor. He served as a special advisor to the board of Rafiki Africa Ministries, an organization providing food and shelter to African communities. George considers his most important achievement to be his 47-year marriage to Mary Lynn. He is a grandfather to five children.

Micah Hobart | Chief Operating Officer

Micah Hobart brings over 20 years of experience in payments and business management to Paperless Transactions. After completing his Master of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Iowa in 1997, Micah spent two years in the management training program at Procter and Gamble. Prior to joining Paperless Transactions, he worked at Luminant Worldwide as an enterprise strategy consultant. Micah is tasked with establishing the strategic direction for technology, operations, marketing, and sales, and is responsible for managing Paperless Transactions’ relationships with credit and debit networks and banks.

Patrick Moraw | Vice President of Sales and Marketing

A graduate summa cum laude of Southwestern Assemblies of God University with a double major in Christian Education and Pastoral (Church) Ministries, Patrick joined Paperless Transactions in 2003 as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. In this role, Patrick helps develop the innovative giving and fundraising software used by clients across the country. A frequent speaker, he routinely demonstrates the effectiveness of Paperless products at events and conferences. A major focus of Patrick’s work involves creating new strategic partnerships with non-profit and church software companies that offer value-added solutions to PTC’s clients. Patrick and his wife Rachel have three children and they enjoy working in the Dallas-Fort Worth community and making a difference with youth and children in the area of performing arts.




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Ambassador Program

Paperless Transaction Corporation serves the non-profit community in many ways. In addition to fundraising and donation processing services, PTC also has an Ambassador Program designed to help non-profits reach their goals.
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