We’ve looked at a lot of processing partners, and i2c came to the forefront for several reasons: 1) i2c’s platform allows us unparalleled customization of the features and services that we wanted to deliver to our clients; 2) i2c gives us the ability to offer a unique set of features and functionality, from card member services to mobile telephone solutions; and 3) i2c gives us the flexibility, control, and scale that we needed in the technology.
With i2c, we have the assurance that we have the best platform on the market, the scalability to deliver functionality and transaction services that we need, and the support and customer service that we think is premier in the industry. The i2c platform allows program managers to customize and deliver applications a lot sooner than traditional platforms. Using MCP, you can offer unique capabilities, you can deliver your services to market in a time that beats your competitors, and you’ll have a set of features and functionality that’s unique in the market.
Leveraging i2c’s technology to deliver a unique set of features to our card members is a big benefit to us, and the executive support that we have from i2c has been outstanding in helping us to deliver our features and functionality to the market. Our goals and ideas are completely aligned one-hundred percent. Together with i2c, we can leverage our ability to integrate innovative technologies to deliver something that is completely unique to the market. It’s a great partnership.
Working with i2c, the future is quite bright. If there is a Web 2.0 in the prepaid industry, i2c is a Web 3.0 technology for us. We are very comfortable with i2c. It has the best technology and features and a pipeline of capabilities that will enhance our opportunity to be successful in the market. Going to market together is a benefit that we’ll all leverage going forward.