Fiserv, Inc. has announced that Westbury Bank extended its long-standing relationship with Fiserv through the renewal of the Cleartouchbank platform for account processing, as well as Fiserv solutions for EFT, card services and item processing.
The Wisconsin-based bank will also continue to utilize a wide array of integrated products and services from Fiserv, including solutions for payments, mobile banking, processing services, risk and compliance, business intelligence, and customer and channel management.
“Our client base and Westbury Bank benefit from real-time, immediate access to funds and information, and the integration offered by Fiserv solutions. The real-time capabilities of Cleartouch help us deliver the services our customers want, when they want them,” said Kirk Emerich, Chief Financial Officer, Westbury Bank. “Our strong, long-term partnership with Fiserv enables our bank to offer a full spectrum of products and services to both individuals and business customers, helping Westbury Bank effectively compete with much larger banks.”
“The banking industry has changed considerably since our partnership with Westbury Bank began more than 30 years ago. Fiserv remains committed to providing innovative, integrated best-of-breed solutions to help Westbury Bank achieve its strategic objectives,” said Teri Carstensen, division president, Bank Solutions, Fiserv. “Westbury Bank is one of our many current clients that have renewed their relationship with Fiserv recently, which demonstrates our commitment to the financial institutions we serve.”
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