Nacha Announces IBM as a Preferred Partner for Enterprise Payments Solutions

IBM has joined Nacha’s Preferred Partner Program for Enterprise Payments Solutions.

IBM has joined Nacha’s Preferred Partner Program for Enterprise Payments Solutions.

In becoming a Preferred Partner, IBM joins a select group of innovators that Nacha recognizes for offering products and services that align with Nacha’s core strategies to advance the ACH Network.

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“There are a wealth of organizations that help the modern ACH Network run smoothly and thrive. Nacha’s Preferred Partners are an important part of that dynamic, and we are pleased to welcome IBM as our newest Nacha Preferred Partner,” said Jane Larimer, Nacha President and CEO.

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The IBM Payments Center (IPC) supports global financial institutions and businesses looking to modernize technology platforms and to reduce costs by offering resilient and agile payment services to clients. With a hybrid/cloud-based Payments-as-a-Service platform, the IPC uses open, standards-based technologies to deliver managed payment and cash management services using ISO 20022-based APIs and multiple other communications mechanisms.

“IBM is pleased to join the Preferred Partner Program and to be recognized as a Payments and Solutions leader. IBM currently supports the ACH Network in the U.S. as the sole processing platform for the Federal Reserve and for AFT in Canada—bringing the power of IBM to North America to support both Nacha and electronic payments growth,” said Mary Ann Francis, IBM Associate Partner for IBM Consulting/The IBM Payments Center.

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