Financial services technology provider Fiserv is launching its cash and logistics solution portfolio to the Romanian market, through a partnership with solution integrator Eutron Invest Romania. The group said that the portfolio will address a full spectrum of cash and logistics needs with solutions such as Integrated Currency Manager and Device Manager.
“Our partnership with Fiserv enables us to deliver a trusted technology platform that will automate communication within the cash cycle,” said Dan Tone, general manager of Eutron. “The partnership will help our clients create cost savings and lead to increased customer satisfaction as a result of improved self-service device availability and industry leading business analytics that assist future business strategy and decisions.”
Tone added that the Fiserv product range can offer clients a potential 20 to 40% reduction in cost of cash and transportation, with a return on investment within 12 months.
“Our partnership with Eutron will help extend our collective product and value added service offerings into the Romanian market,” said David McLaren, business development director of EMEA cash and logistics at Fiserv. “Together, we are meeting the need for comprehensive solutions that can help the financial services industry and retailers in Romania automate processes and optimise costs within the cash management lifecycle.”
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