More NewsAmerican Chartered Bank Selects FIS’ IBS Core Platform

American Chartered Bank Selects FIS' IBS Core Platform

American Chartered Bank will deploy FIS’ Integrated Banking Services (IBS) core processing solution. As part of this multi-year agreement, FIS will also deliver several supporting products, including commercial ebanking, business ebanking, sales and service, as well as electronic funds transfer (EFT) solutions. The bank will use the NYCE Payments Network for point-of-sale (POS) and ATM transactions.

“We compete in a very challenging market,” said Ron Hunt, chief operations officer (COO), American Chartered Bank. “We knew that to continue competing for new customers, and to best serve our existing customers, we needed a core platform and new solutions that would allow us to decrease the time it takes to bring new products to market and operate more efficiently on a daily basis. We are confident that teaming with FIS will do just that.”

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