TCF Financial Corporation, a Minnesota-based national financial holding company, has selected the S1 Corporate Banking solution to support the complex online banking needs of its corporate customers. TCF chose S1’s solution because of its broad set of features including business dashboards and interactive information reporting capabilities. S1 will host the solution for TCF in S1’s data centre.
“The corporate segment of our customer base is absolutely critical to our institution’s overall strategy. In a market where competition for this business is fierce, it’s imperative that we offer superior value-added products to set us apart,” said Earl Stratton, chief information officer (CIO) of TCF. “We value the partnership approach S1 brings to the relationship with our organisation.”
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