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How they describe themselves: Fiserv, Inc. (NASDAQ: FISV) is the leading global provider of information management and electronic commerce systems for the financial services industry, driving innovation that transforms experiences for financial institutions and their customers. The Digital Channels and Electronic Payments divisions enable financial institutions to optimize their online channel to drive profitable relationships, revenue and growth using a wide range of solutions including online banking, electronic billing and payment, online money management tools, mobile commerce solutions, security and fraud prevention services, and small business banking.
How they describe their product/innovation: Fiserv will be demonstrating a next-generation online banking portal that enables users to customize the online banking page with various widgets and enables the financial institution to drive new content and products and services directly to targeted customers. Some of the key features include traditional internet banking functionality like balances and account activity, as well as functionality targeted at mass-affluent users such as content feeds, portfolio management, and multi-currency accounts.
Key Executives: Jeff Yabuki (President & CEO), Erich Litch (Division President, Digital Channels), Tony Catalfano (Division President, Electronic Payments)
Key Partnerships: Microsoft, Worklight
Customers: Fiserv provides technology solutions to over 6,000 financial institutions. The Digital Channels and Electronic Payments divisions provide online banking and bill payment to over 3,500 institutions including 8 of the top 10, and over 50 of the top 100 US Banks, as well as over 30 of the top 100 US credit unions
Bus. Dev.: Tim Ruhe, VP Business Development, firstname.lastname@example.org, 703-885-4208
Press: Ann Cave, Sr. PR Manager, email@example.com, 678-375-4039
Sales: Craig Potts, SVP Sales, firstname.lastname@example.org, 678-375-3609
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