Fiserv works with financial institutions to provide end-to-end debit and card solutions.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-December 7, 2017-Fiserv works with financial institutions to provide end-to-end debit and card solutions
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Fiserv, Inc. (NASDAQ: FISV), a global provider of financial services technology solutions, has announced it has been selected by Boiling Springs Savings Bank and North Shore Trust and Savings to provide debit card, ATM processing, fraud mitigation solutions and Accel[R] debit payments network from Fiserv, the company said.
Through these partnerships, Fiserv will deliver card processing and premier debit network services and support. Boiling Springs Savings Bank will also use card production from Fiserv across its 17 branches and more than 40,000 customers in northeastern N.J., a community it has actively served since 1939. North Shore Trust and Savings, founded in 1921, is a locally owned bank in Waukegan, Ill., with assets of more than USD 230 million.
Fiserv Card Services enables financial institutions with any account processor and mobile provider in the marketplace to compete against larger competitors and disruptors by delivering end-to-end debit, credit and fraud solutions with the seamless digital experiences that consumers increasingly demand.
Fiserv enables clients worldwide to create and deliver financial services experiences that are in step with the way people live and work today. For more than 30 years, Fiserv has been a trusted provider of financial services technology, helping clients achieve best-in-class results by driving quality and innovation in payments, processing services, risk and compliance, customer and channel management, and insights and optimization. For more information, visit fiserv.com.
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|Date:||Dec 7, 2017|
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