First Data and International Bank of Commerce (IBC) have announced that they have signed a long-term extension for merchant services and payment solutions.
“IBC was founded in 1966 to meet the needs of small businesses and our continued relationship with First Data means that we will fulfil on our mission to ‘Do More’ for our customers and our communities.” said Dennis Nixon, Chairman and CEO of IBC.
“We are looking forward to providing dynamic solutions throughout the IBC footprint and taking our mutual clients into a new era of payments with our consultative approach,” said Brian Goudie, senior vice president, First Data Merchant Services. “IBC has been a pivotal partner for the last ten years and it is an honour to work with an organization that has made serving its community a business philosophy practiced companywide from the CEO to all employees.”
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