i2c Inc., a provider of digital payment and banking technology, announced an expanded partnership with Bond Financial Technologies, Inc.
“BNPL solutions have emerged as a must-have capability for both card issuers and merchants across the globe. We are thrilled to partner with Visa and to add Visa Installments to our existing BNPL product offering for our issuers and their cardholders,” said Ava Kelly, Global Head of Products of Silicon Valley-based i2c, a global Visa […]
The alliance will enable third parties to build and launch deposit products, including business and consumer checking accounts. Additionally, they can instantly issue virtual and physical debit, credit, and prepaid cards.
The Prosa partnership marks the expansion of the company’s presence in Mexico with the ability to enable configurable payment and banking solutions including debit, credit, cross-border or instalment type products for consumers and small business users.
With the support of i2c and its highly-configurable payments technology, Credijusto will offer customers feature-rich, digital-first corporate cards with unlimited cashback, next-gen security, 40-days of financing, purchase payment options of up to five monthly installments and virtual card capabilities with a fully digital experience via the Covalto app.
i2c will leverage Visa Installments to enable participating issuers offering Visa credit cards to provide their cardholders an option to pay with installments during online checkout.
Visa network partnered with API issuer-processor i2c to let its North American partner issuers and select merchants enable point-of-sale installments through its forthcoming product, Visa Installments.
Through this collaboration, participating i2c issuers offering Visa credit cards will have the capability to provide their cardholders the choice to pay with installments during online checkout.
The new partnership aims to boost consumer credit availability and financial inclusion in Mexico. Backed by i2c’s highly configurable platform and supported on the American Express network, KEO conducts an all-digital underwriting process providing fast credit approval with no credit check or paperwork for users.
Mastercard is in discussions with Evolve Bank & Trust and Metropolitan Commercial Bank to issue cards, Uphold and BitPay to provide real-time crypto wallet technology, and i2c Inc., Apto Payments and Galileo Financial Technologies® to support processing and program management.
As an enablement partner, i2c helps lay the foundation for fintechs to build and expand their products locally, regionally or globally over its single stack, modular platform.
Agora and i2c have partnered to create a challenger bank-like platform designed for credit unions and community banks. This platform should be a one stop shop for white labelled solutions including card issuance for debit, prepaid and credit cards in a digital environment.
Digital Payments and Banking Tech Provider i2c Partners Jordan’s INVESTBANK to Offer Financial Solutions
i2c’s plug-and-play platform will reportedly power credit issuing and acquiring capabilities for INVESTBANK. Through their partnership, INVESTBANK will provide standard credit card programs to their portfolio of personal banking customers and help manage credit card programs for their commercial customers in Jordan.
i2c announced a new partnership with fintech, Zolve which provides immigrants moving to or visiting the United States with the financial services tools they need for their journey.
BrightFi, a cloud-based banking engine, has selected i2c to help provide mobile financial services to underbanked and unbanked consumers, as well as to organizations and financial institutions aiming to serve the overlooked market segment.