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Cambista partners with Generated Systems Technologies

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Cambista Technologies Ltd, the leading provider of pure J2EE payments and cash management applications, and Generated Systems Technologies, Inc. (GST), the North American payments consultancy and technology company based in Atlanta, today announced a strategic alliance that will allow GST to resell and provide services around Cambista’s iBank product suite throughout North America.

Through this partnership, Cambista and GST will help both US domestic and international clients to provide high quality on-line banking services to their business and corporate customers.

Eric Converse, CEO, Cambista Technologies, said, "Cambista's iBank product allows our Banking customers to provide their clients with an enhanced set of ‘out of box’ e-banking services. To ensure we can satisfy our customers’ growing demands for our technology across the globe, we have teamed up with GST to ensure our continued success and growth in the US markets. Our global banking clients operate in all regions and GST provides vital support in completing that global coverage for Cambista.

GST Founder and Chairman Ed Gainer is delighted with the partnership and the opportunities the alliance presents to both GST and its clients. "Cambista has a product proposition that the US market place has been wanting for some time. Its comprehensive payments service on a pure J2EE architecture provides both rapidly-deployed and easily-configured solutions to a demanding marketplace. Cambista’s thought leadership in this market complements GST’s products in the US market and our customers are already excited about the opportunities this new partnership presents them."

The partnership will include reseller rights for GST in the US, as well as close marketing and sales co-operation. In addition, there will be joint development between the two companies, with GST assisting in the design and development of key functionality and services for the North American banking market.

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