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Tsys signs acquiring agreement with New England Bankcard Association

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TSYS Acquiring Solutions, the preeminent supplier of acquiring solutions, related systems and integrated support services to the acquiring industry, today announced an agreement to provide merchant processing services for the New England Bankcard Association (NEBA).

NEBA is a credit card and merchant acquiring data processing company for financial institutions throughout the United States and Caribbean. NEBA, founded in 1969, is located in Wakefield, Massachusetts, and has programs operating in 48 states, the District of Columbia, Canada, Bermuda, Barbados and the Cayman Islands. NEBA provides processing solutions, operations management and outsourcing services.

"We chose TSYS Acquiring Solutions as a processing partner so that our members can gain access to a comprehensive set of solutions for the point of sale, flexible reporting options and tools, as well as for their dedication to security, compliance and system uptime, all with a true spirit of business partnership," says Ted Keith, Jr., NEBA CEO.

"TSYS Acquiring Solutions is excited to support NEBA and their membership and looks forward to helping them grow their businesses," says Charlie Hegarty, TSYS Acquiring Solutions, senior vice president, sales and client relations."

The multi-year agreement was effective in February. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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