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JPMorgan Chase Selects TSYS

Sunday 11 July 2004 18:20 CET | News

J.P. Morgan Chase has selected TSYS to provide credit card processing for its card services business.

The company expects to complete a definitive contract within a few weeks. Under the agreement, TSYS will provide all card processing functions, such as maintaining account transaction information and providing transaction authorizations. In the future, Chase will have the option to transfer card processing services in-house under a license of the TS2 software.


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