Elavon, a wholly-owned payments subsidiary of US Bancorp, has gone live on Polaris’ Intellect Global Universal Banking (GUB) – Business Process Studio. Elavon has streamlined the core business processes of merchant boarding, credit card acceptance, vouchers and chargeback processing to provide best of services for its more than one million merchant customers.
G Schomburg, senior vice president (SVP) systems and technology, Elavon, said: “Being a leading global payments processing company, we constantly strive to enhance our merchants’ experience and their satisfaction levels. We chose Intellect Business Process Studio for its complete imaging and workflow capabilities. We are very pleased with the successful rollout in Europe.”
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