Fiserv has announced that Investors Bank has chosen Fiserv for an enterprise-wide banking solution. Centered on the Signature bank platform, it will include account processing, card services, debit and item processing, risk and fraud management, enterprise business insights and customer relationship management.
“With Fiserv, our bank will be equipped with a flexible, open platform supported by superior ancillary solutions that can meet our unique business requirements for today and into the future,” said Daniel Harris, senior vice president of Operations and Information Technology, Investors Bank. “The out of the box capabilities, as well as the ability to customize for our particular requirements, will help us to respond to customer needs and create a superior banking experience. In particular, we look forward to the expanded functionality available to benefit our commercial customers with advanced products and services.”
“Fiserv looks forward to working closely with Investors Bank to help accelerate its growth, expand customer relationships and deliver superior financial services,” said Teri Carstensen, president, Bank Solutions, Fiserv.
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