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We partner and integrate with the leading financial service providers and represent over 80% of the core market. Complete the form below if you’re interested in a partnership!

FIS FIS is a leader in technology and services that helps businesses and communities thrive by advancing commerce and the financial world. View Site
CSI Computer Services, Inc. (CSI) provides financial technology solutions and regulatory compliance software to banks, financial institutions and a variety of other industries nationwide. View Site
Fiserv Fiserv, Inc. is a global provider of financial services technology. The company's clients include banks, thrifts, credit unions, securities broker dealers, leasing and finance companies, and retailers. View Site
Jack Henry & Associates Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. is a provider of technology solutions and payment processing services primarily for the financial services industry. It serves more than 9,000 customers nationwide, and operates through three primary brands. View Site
MACHA MACHA is a Regional Payments Association established in 1975 that serves financial institutions, businesses, and municipalities in Maryland, the District of Columbia, Delaware, Northern Virginia, Northeast West Virginia, and Southern Pennsylvania. View Site
ePay A wholly-owned subsidiary of ePayResources, ePayAdvisors provides payments-related risk management, compliance, and consulting services to financial institutions and businesses throughout the U.S. View Site
Raddon Raddon, a Fiserv company, has been providing financial institutions with research-based solutions since 1983. Raddon works exclusively with financial institutions and has a unique understanding of the industry, resulting in the ability to apply practical know-how to the challenges and opportunities they face. View Site
WACHA WACHA is recognized among its members as their primary resource for questions, training and expertise for all their payment needs. View Site
COCC Providing an open core offering with the same flexibility and responsiveness promised by the cloud is not the technology of tomorrow. It’s right now. View Site

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