i2c Signs Processing Agreement With Meta Payment Systems

Monday 4 April 2005 17:30 CET | News

i2c inc. has signed an agreement with MetaBank, dba Meta Payment Systems, which will allow i2c to process transactions for stored value debit cards issued by MPS.

Using i2c’s next-generation stored value card management and processing solution, MPS and its program manager partners will have access to a comprehensive platform that supports a range of card program operations, such as client-configurable program management, application processing, cardholder account management, card issuing, merchant management, loyalty, clearing and settlement, customer care, notifications and alerts. i2c’s technologically advanced platform supports multiple card products, including prepaid debit, payroll, travel, gift and loyalty, medical benefits/flexible spending, insurance payment, remittance and incentive. Further, its extensible architecture can support future strategic initiatives involving practically any card- or electronic-oriented transaction.

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