New York Community Bank Uses S1 Postilion for In-House ATM Driving; NYCB Family of Community Banks Implements Enhanced ATM Processing Capabilities.
DEERFIELD BEACH Deerfield Beach, town (1990 pop. 46,325), Broward co., SE Fla., on the Atlantic coast; inc. 1925. The development of high-technology industry and commerce expanded the town and more than doubled its population between 1970 and 1990. , Fla. -- Mosaic Software, an S1 Company (S1 Corporation) (Nasdaq:SONE) and global transaction processing solutions provider, today announced that New York Community Bank
New York Community Bank is the banking division of the publicly traded company New York Community Bancorp. has installed Mosaic's industry-leading Postilion software - now referred to as S1 Electronic Payment Management, powered by S1 Postilion - to provide in-house ATM driving and transaction switching and routing for its network of ATMs. In addition, in phase two of the implementation, debit card debit card, card that allows the cost of goods or services that are purchased to be deducted directly from the purchaser's checking account. They can also be used at automated teller machines for withdrawing cash from the user's checking account. issuing and management and stand-in authorization services will be handled by Postilion's PostCard system.
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NYCB New York Community Bank is currently the third largest thrift depository in the New York metropolitan area New York–Northern New Jersey–Long Island is the most populous metropolitan area in the United States and the third most populous in the world, after Tokyo and Mexico City. , is the region's largest supermarket banking franchise and is also the fourth largest thrift in the nation. NYCB, known as a family of community banks with a strong commitment to the communities they serve, has installed the Postilion system to handle all aspects of ATM driving, including ATM network management, related reporting and business management functions. An end-to-end ATM driving solution unique to this market, Postilion is made up of components that can be selected for every financial institution's needs.
Mosaic's solution for NYCB runs in a Microsoft Windows environment and includes interfaces to their core banking application and the Fiserv/CNS network. In addition, Postilion provides NYCB with a highly scalable and open architecture that permits easy implementation of new products to be delivered through the ATMs. The solution is also 3DES and EMV EMV Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit (German: Electromagnetic Compatibility)
EMV EuroPay, MasterCard, Visa (Smart debit cards)
EMV Europay, Mastercard and Visa
EMV Eftermiddagsverksamhet compliant and provides advanced-function ATM driving capability. Detailed reporting as well as automated settlement and reconciliation for all networks and interfaces will be handled by the Postilion Office component of the system.
"At NYCB, the ability to consistently provide the highest quality service to our customers is extremely important to our entire organization. We selected the Postilion system to give us greater control of our ATM network to insure just that," said Robert Brown, CIO CIO: see American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations.
(Chief Information Officer) The executive officer in charge of information processing in an organization. at NYCB. "In addition, by bringing ATM processing in-house we will realize operational efficiencies and significant cost savings."
"The selection of Mosaic Software by NYCB as their preferred ATM processing software provider is quite an honor," stated Johann Dreyer, CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. at Mosaic Software. "We are very proud of the fact that our Postilion product continues to be recognized by leading financial institutions as the product of choice to deliver sophisticated automated financial services to their customers."
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About Mosaic Software
Mosaic Software, an S1 Company, is a global EFT software company with offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, South Africa and Asia Pacific. The company has over 240 customers in more than 44 countries, providing leading-edge software solutions to financial institutions, retailers, network processors, mobile operators and portals.
Mosaic Software's product, Postilion, is at the forefront of next-generation payment processing software. Postilion drives payments and other financial transactions through ATMs, POS (1) See point of sale and packet over SONET.
(2) "Parent over shoulder." See digispeak.
POS - point of sale terminals, phones and Internet access points. This multi-channel architecture provides consistent cross-channel branding and integration, consolidated management information, integrated debit/gift card management, EMV enablement and loyalty software solutions.
Postilion reduces transaction processing costs, speeds up time to market for new products and offerings, improves analysis of customer transactions and business opportunities and increases profitability.
For more information, please visit www.mosaicsoftware.com and www.s1.com
About S1 Corporation
S1 Corporation is a leading global provider of integrated front-office applications for more than 4,000 banks and insurance providers around the world. Comprised of applications that address virtually every market segment and delivery channel, S1 solutions help integrate and optimize an institution's entire front office, resulting in increased operational efficiencies, revenue opportunities and overall customer satisfaction. S1 is the only provider with the proven experience, breadth of products and financial strength to empower financial services companies' enterprise strategies. Additional information about S1 is available at www.s1.com .
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