Digital banking and payments solutions provider i2c has partnered with fintech firm Zero to offer hybrid card services to customers. The collaboration will see Zero utilising i2c’s SAAS payments platform to provide the debit card functionalities with credit card rewards.
Zero is a mobile banking experience powered by an app, a credit card called the Zerocard, and a checking account called Zero Checking. With their flagship Debit-style Experience enabled, users can view deposits, purchases, and transfers reflected towards their net balance.
To help reimagine the traditional banking experience, digital banking and payments processing technology and infrastructure provider i2c is teaming with Zero. As a financial technology company, Zero lets consumers experience the things they enjoy about debit cards while using a credit card.
In a podcast with Karen Webster, Amir Wain, CEO of i2c, discussed the state of readiness among the top-performing financial sector innovators. As seen in the latest Innovation Readiness Index, produced jointly by PYMNTS and i2c, things – to put it mildly – went south.
Wirex has partnered with payments processing technology firm i2c to launch a new multiple cryptocurrency-backed prepaid card in the US.
Moving past the myths of payments innovation was the subject of a recent PYMNTS webinar that featured Karen Webster and Amir Wain, founder and CEO of i2c, an integrated commerce and smart payments firm. “The cost of [not] innovating is extremely, extremely high,” Wain said….
In a webinar capping off a yearlong study, i2c CEO Amir Wain discusses what any FI — no matter how much of a legacy and tradition it might have — should do to survive and thrive with a solid focus on innovation around the customer…
Successful innovation is all about operationalization. The good news is that the path to operationalizing innovation looks remarkably similar for all financial institutions (FIs).
The new hire underscores the company’s commitment to deepening its strategic relationships with partner organizations in the payments ecosystem and accelerating demand for i2c’s technology and services.
As vice president and head of Global Strategic Partnerships, Mr. Dargan will be responsible for generating new business opportunities through key strategic partner channels, including card networks, BIN sponsor banks, consulting firms, and systems integrators.
The calendar shows 2018 is half over – but, of course, innovation within the payments space follows no timetable. PYMNTS asked several stakeholders across processing, banking, digital payments and other areas to share what trends shaped the first half of the year, and how they…
What does offering top-notch customer experience mean in the digital age? Research from PYMNTS reveals the most innovative FIs know that providing exceptional service to their consumer base comes down to focusing on three key components: user experience, digital technology and data analytics.
Speed to market and making decisions on the fly – no easy task when it comes to payments innovation. The process is smoothed a bit with sandboxes, as i2c VP of Product Management Lisa Fugate tells Karen Webster.
According to the latest Innovation Readiness Playbook, sandbox tests are a favorite tool of top innovators. That’s because these tests are designed to provide a closed environment in which FIs can experiment with new features and products before commercial release, helping to ensure success and…
Top-performing FIs foster a culture of innovation that helps them lead the way in customer relationships — the sticky kind — as noted in our latest Data Drivers. Technology is part of the equation (and so are sandboxes), i2c’s Lisa Fugate, VP of Product Management,…
“Joe’s deep understanding of sales and marketing functions, intense focus on customer success, and track record of delivering high-growth results make him a perfect fit,” said Amir Wain, i2c founder and CEO.
i2c announces the appointment of Joseph DeRosa as executive vice president of Global Sales and Marketing.
Market dynamics in payments are being redefined by changing consumer expectations and technology adoption, and 2018 is proving to be a critical year for banks and card issuers looking to be their customers’ brand of choice.
Financial technology company i2c Inc. based in California announced its intentions Tuesday. The company says jobs will be posted in a few weeks, with the center opening mid-2018.
i2c plans to open its second North American operations center in Omaha by this summer and employ about 300 people within a year, with hiring to start next week.