Posted May 05, 2021
Financial technology firm Apiture announced last week that it has partnered with Zelle, putting a popular electronic money-transfer system in the hands of customers of Apiture Xpress platform clients.
“The partnership between Apiture and Zelle enables a streamlined and enhanced experience for Apiture customers,” the Wilmington-based firm’s news release stated. “Apiture Xpress is an established platform that has been serving leading financial institutions for more than 20 years, helping them to create a fully integrated digital bank. This embedded capability provides clients with a secure, seamless and efficient way to send and receive payments through their digital banking applications.”
Zelle is a U.S.-based peer-to-peer payments network owned by Early Warning Services LLC.
Early Warning Services LLC is a fintech company owned by seven of the country’s largest banks: Bank of America, BB&T – now Truist, Capital One, JPMorgan Chase, PNC Bank, US Bank and Wells Fargo. The Zelle Network is its best-known product.
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