Consumers make millions of transactions over P2P. Community banks and credit unions may miss opportunities with faster payments to increase digital engagement.
The real-time revolution is here. The government is encouraging the industry to quickly enable faster payments.
Consumers rely on technology to make their lives easier, and banking technology is no exception.
Having the tools to validate account ownership and status in real-time, and before the debit is processed, should be a main priority for any organization wanting to protect themselves and their customers.
Each year, PaymentsSource honors the women who are driving change by taking risks with new ideas and investments, and developing the technology that will forever change the way people handle money.
Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. (NASDAQ: JKHY), a leading provider of technology solutions and payment processing services primarily for the financial services industry, announced today that it is partnering with Early Warning Services, LLC, the network operator behind Zelle®, to make faster payments more readily available for minority-owned depository institutions (MDIs).
Watch this webinar to see how Zelle®elle is getting money to move fast, safe and easy across the U.S., and what this means for banks and credit unions.
Transforming Payments with an Easy, Fast and Secure Way to Move Money

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FIS has partnered with Early Warning to enable financial institutions to offer faster P2P payment services via the Zelle℠ Network to their customers FIS’ partnership with Early Warning further extends its leadership in...
Zelle Network will be offered to Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. clients
New payment types are evolving—business-to-business payments as well as person-to-business payments, business-to-person (B2P) payments, and person-to-person (P2P) payments are becoming mainstream.