Zions Bancorporation will deploy S1 Corporate Banking to deliver a single feature-rich online solution to its corporate banking customers.
Zions’ goal is to exceed its treasury management clients’ expectations with a new online experience, focusing on the system’s ease-of-use and depth of functionality. Zions’ new solution will offer users more flexibility and provide the ability to customise the user experience. The system provides numerous payment options for high and low value payments. Additionally, the offering will include comprehensive security and risk management features.
“The synergy we felt with S1 was important. We wanted to partner with a software provider who demonstrates an innovative spirit as well as proven implementation success,” said Debra Innes, EVP/manager, Corporate Treasury Management of Zions Bancorporation. “In addition, S1’s collaborative product development approach was a key criterion. We feel the S1 Corporate Banking team demonstrates market and implementation responsiveness critical for us to offer a compelling solution to our corporate clients across all of Zions Bancorporation’s affiliate banks.”
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