We Mass Enabled
Mobile Payments for 200+
Financial Institutions

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Apple Pay Mass Enablement

In 2015, mobile payments were quickly moving from an emerging technology to an everyday consumer expectation, with millions of retailers jumping on board to accept payments through services such as Apple Pay and Samsung Pay. Creating a more seamless, convenient and frictionless payment experience, mobile payments had reached critical demand.

Increased the number of Apple Pay enabled institutions from 5 to 200+ within a single year
Learn how FIS mass enabled mobile payments for 200+ financial institutions

But few financial institutions had joined in, leaving mobile transactions on the table and putting their top-of-wallet status at risk. Banks looking to enable mobile payments needed help – fast. Especially community banks and smaller financial institutions who needed implementation help in order to quickly compete with the larger banks.

FIS marshalled its scale to simplify the Apple Pay enablement process and bring more FIs into the mobile payments ecosystem. With one big push in 2015, FIS took the number of Apple Pay enabled institutions from five to more than 200 – more than all other firms combined. In just one year, financial institutions have seen a collective increase of over 350 percent in monthly transactions.

Powered over a 350% increase in monthly transactions

FIS came in as the subject matter expert to help us every step of the way and have been great in helping Cross Keys Bank stay competitive in the technology area at a time when community banks have to offer the same customer experience as the biggest players.

Kristen VandeVen, AVP, eBanking, Cross Keys Bank


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