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Metavantes mobile banking at Corporate Network eCOM
MILWAUKEE (9/9/08)--Metavante announced that it will re-sell Metavante Mobile Financial Services and provide mobile banking and payments solutions to Corporate Network eCom, a credit union service organization and a majority-owned subsidiary of U.S. Central. eCom provides electronic financial services to the Corporate Credit Union Network, serving about 8,400 credit unions. Metavante Mobile Financial Services is powered by Monitise Americas, a mobile banking services and payment provider. eCom offers Metavante Mobile Financial Services to U.S. Central’s 26 corporate credit unions. eCom offers mobile features, the ability to obtain account balances, bill payment and funds transfers. The services integrate into eCom’s MemberPay products. “Aligning with Metavante for bill pay, and now mobile financial services, directly supports eCom’s role as a payments aggregator,” said Marcie Haitema, executive vice president of correspondent services for U.S. Central and presiding manager of eCom. “eCom must offer the right combination of technology solutions for our members’ strategic markets going forward, such as Gen Y, the un- and under-banked and small businesses. We believe mobile will be the key to success in those markets.” Metavante hopes to offer future services, including access to mini-statements showing account activity, text messages informing members of account balances and the option of making expedited payments. Metavante, based in Milwaukee, delivers banking and payments technologies to more than 8,000 services firms worldwide.


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