Join us in celebrating National AAP Recognition Day and welcoming new AAPs

posted on Tuesday, February 8, 2022 in SHAZAM Blog

Today, Nacha® and the SHAZAM Payments Association honor more than 4,600 Accredited ACH Professionals (AAPs) as part of National AAP Recognition Day. The AAP credential is the standard of excellence in ACH payments competency. This day highlights the importance of AAP accreditation and celebrates the achievements and contributions of AAPs nationwide. 

Welcome new AAPs
SHAZAM congratulates SHAZAM Payments Association member Wionnia Mausser, DuTrac Community Credit Union in Dubuque, Iowa, for successfully passing the October 2021 AAP exam. Way to go Wionnia!

About the AAP
AAP accreditation establishes an individual’s credibility, professional competency, and expertise within the payments industry. 

The SHAZAM Payments Association recognizes the AAPs we have on staff for their dedication to our industry:   

  • Diana Kern, client learning
  • Luann Kohlmann, SHAZAM secure
  • April Beck, client support
  • Michelle Haskin, client support/core 
  • Kristy Ramsey, client support/core 

Learn more
So, do you eat, sleep and breathe ACH? Are you ready to take the next step and pursue your AAP accreditation? Or maybe you just want to learn more?

Nacha’s website offers a wealth of information about becoming an AAP. You can read up on frequently asked questions, how to prepare for the exam, how to maintain your accreditation, and more.

If you have questions about the SHAZAM Payments Association or the AAP exam, contact the SHAZAM Payments Association.   

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