IT services group Unisys says it has renegotiated terms with partner banks for its outsourced cheque and payments processing joint venture in the UK, which will boost its revenue by $150m over the next four years.
Unisys Corporation (NYSE:UIS) today announced that it has received a contract from Countrywide Financial Corporation (NYSE:CFC), a leading provider of diversified financial services, to provide IT outsourcing services that enable Countrywide to realize key benefits of secure business operations: enhanced efficiency, lower IT costs and greater competitive agility.
More than a third of Internet banking users are prepared to pay extra for increased security protection, according to a worldwide survey published by Unisys, and biometrics is the preferred method of authentication.
Unisys Corporation (NYSE:UIS) today announced that Rabobank, the largest financial services provider in the Dutch market, has extended its existing business process outsourcing contract with Unisys Payment Services and Solutions (UPSS) for all paper-related payment transactions for two additional years through December 31, 2010.
Unisys, the global IT services company, today announced the launch of a major extension to its Unisys Financial Services Solution (UFSS), already a market-leading IT software offering.
In a strategic move to expand its international marketing network, SGX-listed System Access Limited (System Access or the Company) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with NYSE-listed Unisys to market System Access' flagship banking software product, SYMBOLS.
Consumer complacency and poor security education breed ideal conditions for identity theft and fraud says Nigel Moden, retail banking partner at Unisys.
Australia's St George Bank is teaming up with Unisys to provide alternative cheque clearing services to the country's banking sector.
Unisys (NYSE:UIS) today announced that it signed a contract with Atos Origin, a leading worldwide IT services provider, to provide mainframe technology and services that will give Atos Origin greater flexibility to deliver outsourced services.
Two out of three UK consumers are unwilling to pay extra for increased security for online banking according to research from IT services group Unisys.
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