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Bank of Ireland extends Tsys processing agreement

18 October 2010  |  5192 views  |  0 Source: Tsys

Tsys announced today that it has extended its agreement with Bank of Ireland, one of the largest banking organisations in Ireland, to continue processing its consumer and commercial card portfolios.

The multi-year agreement includes services in Ireland and also supports Bank of Ireland's growth in the United Kingdom.

"As one of the largest banks in Ireland, it is essential that we partner with the most secure and reliable payments processor in the market, which is TSYS," said Sean Sheehan, Head of Personal Lending ROI and UK Bank of Ireland. "TSYS has shown continued commitment to providing a service that meets both Bank of Ireland's and its customers' expectations. TSYS offers a platform that is flexible and scalable to support our continued growth."

"Bank of Ireland has been a client since 2004, and extending the relationship further reinforces TSYS' expertise within the Irish market," said Bob Evans, managing director of Europe for TSYS International. "TSYS values the opportunity to further its relationship with Bank of Ireland, and will continue to offer value-added services to allow the bank to remain competitive in the evolving marketplace."

As well as extending their processing agreement, Bank of Ireland will be adding to its offering with TSYS' online account servicing and management product.

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