PULSE, Busey Bank enter long-term agreement

 
Dec. 7, 2012

Pulse, a provider of ATM and debit network services, and Champaign, Ill.-based Busey Bank have reaffirmed their 7-year association with a long-term extension of their ATM and PIN POS service agreement.

The extended agreement ensures that customers of Busey, an FI with $3.5 billion in assets and 43 banking centers, will have uninterrupted access to a nationwide network of more than 380,000 ATMs, as well as the ability to use their debit cards at POS terminals across the country.

"With debit and ATM services playing a significant role in how consumers spend and access their accounts, it has never been more important to provide our customers with reliable debit services," said Don Schlorff, executive vice president of corporate administration at Busey Bank. This was a vital consideration in continuing our partnership with Pulse."

Busey also has added two more Pulse products — Debit Dashboard, a web-based application that allows the bank to analyze the performance of its debit program, and DebitProtect, an advanced debit card fraud detection system.

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Topics: Bank / Credit Union , Skimming / Fraud , Software , Transaction Processing


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