Postilion, a leading global provider of integrated solutions for self-service banking and payments and a division of S1 Corporation (Nasdaq: SONE), today announced that Tompkins Financial Corporation (NYSE Amex: TMP), a New York-based, $2.7 billion asset holding company, has licensed Postilion's suite of integrated self-service banking solutions.
A Postilion customer for ten years, Tompkins Financial Corporation is currently deploying Postilion's heritage IBS and voice banking solutions to its three community banks, Tompkins Trust Company, The Bank of Castile, and Mahopac National Bank. All three community banks will leverage Postilion's broad range of self-service banking solutions to deliver an integrated, consistent, bank-branded customer experience across its self-service channels. Utilizing Postilion's single platform, the financial institutions' installation will begin in Spring 2009, with plans to take the following solutions live throughout the year:
- Postilion Retail Internet Banking -- a comprehensive Internet banking service for retail customers, including account balance inquiries, transfers, bill payments, ATM personalization, and user alerts.
- Postilion Business Internet Banking -- a full-featured Internet banking service for business customers, including a sophisticated set of account, transfer, payment, payroll, wires, and entitlements services, secure protection against fraudulent activities, and targeted reporting.
- Postilion Voice Banking -- the full range of voice banking functionality, such as balance inquiry, online and offline transfers, transaction history, and custom call flows.
- Postilion Mobile -- versatile mobile channel delivery via mobile browser or text messaging with complete mobile banking and transactional services, including diverse payments and purchasing, comprehensive monitoring and reporting, and mobile-enabled card programs.
- Postilion Personal Financial Management powered by Yodlee -- comprehensive online platform, integrated with Postilion Retail Internet Banking, that gives consumers an automated, consolidated view of all of their financial accounts.
"Postilion's focus on converging all self-service delivery channels onto a single platform to deliver a consistent experience across all mediums supports both our vision and future plans for innovating how we service our communities," said Rick Page, Senior Vice President and CIO, Tompkins Financial Corporation. "We view our relationship with Postilion as a true partnership, as they continue to demonstrate that they are looking to help us grow our business by pushing the technology envelope and adding value for our community bank customers."
"There is no question that this is a tough year for the global economy, but many community and regional financial institutions like Tompkins Financial Corporation are well positioned to compete in this market and seize the opportunity to provide more innovative and sustainable solutions," said Pierre Naude, President, Postilion Banking. "We are excited about the opportunity to help Tompkins Financial Corporation be among the leading edge community banks delivering integrated self-service solutions to provide a truly pervasive financial services experience for its customers."