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  • Banking On a Real-Time Balance System

    Leveraging UP® Retail Payments™ for a real-time balance system solution.

  • BASE24-eps Info Sheet

    Learn how BASE24-eps enables your business to acquire, authenticate, route, switch and authorize financial transactions across multiple channels.

  • Bill Payment Solution Grows Revenue & Cost Savings

    ACI Worldwide offers the industry’s most comprehensive bill payment solution.

  • Bringing Immediate Payments to All

    The New Access Model opens real-time to everyone. ACI simplifies and speeds access to U.K. Faster Payments for Fintechs.

  • Capitalizing on the Real-Time Disruption of US Payments

    Discover how open banking is impacting US payments in parallel with real-time, and how the combination turns innovative possibilities into realities.

  • Cinemex Improves Customer Service with ACI Retail Commerce Server

    Cadena Mexicana de Exhibición (Cinemex), a Mexico City movie theater market, decided to implement a retail payment system that would accept multiple card types and allow customers to purchase tickets online and via telephone, it chose ACI Retail Commerce Server.

  • Closing the Competitive Opportunity Gap

    Taking advantage of these trends means continually driving forward with innovative projects and technology. However, if financial institutions and processors fail to move away from the status quo, competitors will have easy access to customers, widening the Competitive Opportunity Gap.

  • Coast Capital Savings Bank Case Study

    Coast Capital Savings Bank enhances its fraud debt detection and prevention processes

  • Connecting to the U.K. Faster Payments Scheme with ACI Worldwide

    With the introduction of the New Access Model, U.K. Faster Payments is opening up to new participants, enabling more banks, payments service providers (PSPs) and other new players to connect to the scheme. As demand for real-time payments increases, such a connection becomes critical — to protect and enhance your customer relationships, control costs and deliver innovative new services. The model gives organisations large and small a wider choice of processing options — either on premise or via a managed service provider.

  • Consumer Banking: Greater Expectations

    In the U.S. alone, more than 207 million consumers own and use a smartphone every day, and worldwide, that number is expected to exceed 2 billion by the end of 2016. Today’s consumers came of age in the digital era. In fact, by 2025, the so-called Millennial Generation will represent 75% of the workforce. Those digital natives are far more comfortable banking on a mobile phone, at an ATM or a computer than at a traditional bank branch (see graphic below).