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i2c Announces Free Process-ability Review for Prepaid Card Programs

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Orlando, FL—March 10, 2009—At the 2009 Prepaid Expo USA, i2c Inc., an innovative provider of payment solutions, announced Process-ability Review, a free service that provides an analysis of a card program’s “process-ability.”

In Process-ability Review, i2c’s consultants work with a card issuer or program manager, under mutual confidentiality, to analyze the processing components of a card program. The results of Process-ability Review are provided as a quantitative process-ability index and a qualitative summary of recommendations. Areas examined include program profitability, the ability to bring new ideas to market, the ability to anticipate and react to trends, and the integration of products, channels, and services focused on leveraging cardholder behavior and providing engaging cardholder experiences.

“We are excited to launch Process-ability Review and offer our experience to help program managers and card issuers create successful prepaid products that take advantage of new possibilities,” said Amir Wain, CEO of i2c. “Process-ability Review reflects i2c’s initiative to think freely and process freely—combining imagination and creativity with technology and innovation to create comprehensive and flexible lifestyle products.”

About i2c Inc.

i2c is a global provider of highly-configurable banking and payment solutions. Using i2c's proprietary building block technology, clients can easily create and manage a comprehensive set of solutions for credit, debit, prepaid, lending and more, quickly and cost-effectively. i2c delivers unparalleled flexibility, agility, security and reliability from a single, global SaaS platform. Founded in 2001, and headquartered in Silicon Valley, i2c's next-generation technology supports millions of users in more than 200 countries/ territories and across all time zones.

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Chuck Meyers
Director, Analyst and Public Relations, i2c