ProgressSoft Corporation, a provider of real-time payment and imaging solutions, and S1 Corporation, a provider of multichannel financial services software, have signed a partnership under which ProgressSoft will resell the S1 corporate banking and S1 trade finance solutions in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) regions.
“For S1, the MENA regions are strategic to the company’s vision of providing tailored banking services to globally-focused financial institutions,” said Jan Kruger, S1 Division President. “Partners like ProgressSoft are critical to the success of this vision and together we can deliver to these institutions, in a very regionally relevant way, innovative front office banking and payments solutions.”
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