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I2c’s agile processing platform helps FIs bring innovative credit products to market

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I2c’s agile processing platform helps FIs bring innovative credit products to market

Because the underlying technology supporting credit card payment processing hasn’t changed in decades, the majority of card issuers and financial institutions find themselves severely limited in terms of being able to quickly and cost-effectively build and execute an innovative product roadmap that builds loyalty. As a result, they roll out “me too” credit card products that fail to engage their customers. i2c’s Agile Processing solution is a next-generation payment processing model that helps credit issuers take control of their business and execute their product roadmap vision. It enables banks and credit card issuers to create, configure, and deploy innovative digital and mobile card programs consumers want quickly and cost effectively. Read more here.

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