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Interblocks pushes payment solutions

Interblocks will showcase its portfolio of integrated electronic payment processing solutions at MEFX.

Interblocks will showcase its portfolio of integrated electronic payment processing solutions at MEFX.

The company is a leading provider and innovator in the field of integrated, electronic payment processing solutions, which empower banks and financial service providers across global markets to provide their customers with truly pervasive, personalized financial service experiences that dramatically change the way financial transactions are conducted today.

Interblocks said that MEFX provides an opportunity for the company to network with its core client base, within a market that is core to its success, and therefore participation in the event is essential.

The Interblocks stand will feature its streamlined iSuite solutions portfolio, which includes payments, remittances, transaction processing, self-service, cards, mCommmerce, virtual banking and monitoring & management. Having pioneered the use of the IFX-XML standards in their software in 2001, Interblocks has focused on the consumer experience to build a platform for financial transactions that anticipate user requirements for conducting secure and fast financial transactions.

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