In today’s CardFlash News Que: FIS (Landmark); NCR (Tropic); ACI (roundtable); and GLORY (ATS).
FIS – The ability to significantly improve its digital banking offerings to customers and to deepen its strategic technology relationship led Columbia, Mo., based Landmark Bank to select FIS, a leader in banking and payments technology as well as consulting and outsourcing solutions, as its new digital banking provider.
NCR -Tropic Supermarkets has chosen NCR and its partner M.A.I. Trade to optimize inventory, and streamline supply chain management as well as store operations across its network in Bosnia Herzegovina and Serbia. By deploying NCR’s Power HQ, Power DAX, and Advanced Retail Solution, Tropic Supermarkets will be able to better manage its product portfolio and pricing, as well as optimize forecasting and inventory replenishment, thus helping to boost overall operational efficiency and profitability.
ACI – ACI Worldwide will host a series of executive roundtable discussions in November about immediate payments and the issues, implications and opportunities for commerce and banks. Governments as well as new and traditional industry players are looking to introduce new payments standards and capabilities to spur economic growth, better serve consumers and commercial customers, and fuel competition and innovation within the financial services marketplace.
GLORY – Glory Global Solutions has acquired 100% of the issued share capital of Advanced Transaction Systems New Zealand’s largest provider of cash handling solutions to both the retail and banking industries. ATS)New Zealand is an important growth market for Glory Global Solutions with cash in circulation rising year on year since records began in 1968. Since 2010, this growth has been over 26%.1 While usage of cards, and more recently mobile payments, is rising year on year, cash remains an important payment choice for New Zealanders. Smart businesses across the country are recognizing the opportunities presented by automating their cash operations to reduce costs and refocus staff on higher value customer facing activities.