Fifth Third Bank has extended its payments services agreement with Tsys through a multi-year contract renewal. The renewal includes the processing of Fifth Third Bank’s consumer and commercial credit card portfolios.
“Tsys has been a valued partner of Fifth Third for more than a decade,” said Jon Groch, Fifth Third Bank director of bankcard services. “The company’s TS2 platform has enabled us to consistently deliver the broad range of products with increased flexibility and superior service that our customers have grown to expect from Fifth Third Bank.”
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