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DMS Bank selects i2c for powering pre-paid card programmes

02 July 2013  |  1298 views  |  0 Source: i2c

i2c, Inc., a Silicon Valley-based provider of cloud payment processing and emerging commerce solutions, announced today that it will power a variety of new prepaid card programs for DMS Banks & Trust Ltd. (DBT), a specialist bank serving the offshore financial services industry.

Speed to market was critically important to DBT and i2c took on the challenge to complete the project in a time never achieved before. DBT's implementation of the i2c platform was completed in just seven days, a new record for i2c, and will allow DBT to configure, manage and optimize their global card programs on a single platform. Initial plans include the launch of payroll and retail-distributed loyalty card programs in markets across Latin America and the Caribbean. 

Jazeb Jones, chief executive officer, at DBT comments, "DBT believes strongly in providing consumers with prepaid card products that are convenient, secure and focused on their needs. Our processing relationship with i2c enables us to fulfill these promises while giving us the flexibility to move our prepaid business into new markets quickly." 

"The i2c platform can be deployed rapidly in any part of the world, thanks to its cloud-based 'one world, one platform' architecture and native support for all languages and currencies. We were thrilled to complete DBT's implementation in seven days and look forward to partnering with them to grow their prepaid business worldwide," said Stephen Diamond, vice president, Business Advisory Group, at i2c.  

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