Payveris, an omni-channel digital payment provider, has partnered with Infosys Finacle, a financial solutions firm based in California. The two firms aim to serve credit unions and community banks throughout the United States.
Combining Payveris’ modular, open API-driven Digital Payments Platform with Finacle’s universal banking solution, the collaboration will simplify bill payments, interbank transfers and person-to-person (P2P) payments.
Payveris and Finacle hope that the partnership will help financial institutions improve the efficiency of their operations, as well as advancing financial growth and customer satisfaction.
Through Payveris’ omni-channel payments platform, Infosys Finacle will see a number of its services improved, including its core banking, e-banking and mobile banking offerings in the United States.
Jeff Weikert, president of Payveris has welcomed the new partnership with Infosys Finacle.
‘‘In Finacle, we found not just a solution that benefits both banks and credit unions, but also the millions of customers or members who trust these institutions with their finances.’’
‘‘Finacle not only brings world-class banking services to the U.S. banks and credit unions, but also offers them a real technology choice that can competitively differentiate them in the industry. We are excited about our partnership with Infosys Finacle and to be their go-to-market partner for digital payment services within the United States.’’
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