S1 Corporation, a provider of financial services and payments software solutions, has changed its corporate branding, consolidating its three brands, Postilion, S1 Enterprise and FSB Solutions, into a single brand: S1.
S1 has also consolidated the websites supporting the three brands into a single website and adopted a single logo and established a supporting corporate identity for its single brand.
Johann Dreyer, chief executive officer, S1 Corporation, said: “This change is in response to input from key stakeholders, including customers, prospects, partners, industry analysts and investors. A single brand provides more clarity on the family of solutions our entire organisation has to offer and how they can benefit banks, credit unions, retailers, and processors around the world.”
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