23 August 2017
Find out more

TCF selects S1 corporate banking system

07 September 2010  |  2358 views  |  0 Source: S1 Corporation

S1 Corporation (Nasdaq:SONE), a leading global provider of payments and financial services software solutions, today announced that TCF Financial Corporation has selected the S1 Corporate Banking solution to support the complex online banking needs of its corporate customers.

TCF chose the award-winning S1 Corporate Banking solution because of its broad set of features including business dashboards and interactive information reporting capabilities. S1 will host the Corporate Banking solution for TCF in S1's state-of-the-art data center.

"The corporate segment of our customer base is absolutely critical to our institution's overall strategy. In a market where competition for this business is fierce, it's imperative that we offer superior value-added products to set us apart," said Earl Stratton, CIO of TCF. "We value the partnership approach S1 brings to the relationship with our organization."

"We obviously are excited that TCF has expanded its strategic relationship with S1," said Jan Kruger, Divisional President, S1. "TCF has grown its commercial business substantially over the past decade, and we are pleased that they have placed their trust in S1 to help support such an important part of their business."


Comments: (0)

Comment on this story (membership required)

Related company news


Related blogs

Create a blog about this story (membership required)
visit www.worldpaymentsreport.comdownload the paper nowvisit www.vasco.com

Top topics

Most viewed Most shared
Rabobank constructs physical model to understand IT architectureRabobank constructs physical model to unde...
20338 views comments | 43 tweets | 83 linkedin
Mobile contactless spending accelerating in UKMobile contactless spending accelerating i...
13376 views comments | 28 tweets | 23 linkedin
Barclays pairs banking data with third party apps for SmartBusiness DashboardBarclays pairs banking data with third par...
11982 views comments | 22 tweets | 35 linkedin
Australia regulates digital currenciesAustralia regulates digital currencies
11244 views comments | 21 tweets | 35 linkedin
RBS to bring Silicon Valley to EdinburghRBS to bring Silicon Valley to Edinburgh
11101 views comments | 10 tweets | 8 linkedin