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Digital Insight extends Metavantes role in online BPP
CALABASAS, Calif. and MILWAUKEE (5/14/09)--Digital Insight and Metavante have signed three new agreements, including one to offer Digital Insight’s online personal financial management solution, FinanceWorks, as an optional component within Metavante’s eBanking solutions. FinanceWorks gives consumers visibility and control over their spending by accessing account information from more than 5,000 financial institutions and credit card sites. The tool, powered by Quicken and launched last fall, allows users to see their cash flow and how future deposits and bills will affect their balances. The second agreement renews a long-term marketing arrangement to promote increased adoption and use of Metavante’s online bill presentment and payment products among Digital Insight’s clients. The upgraded online bill solution offers a single-view landing page with billing, payee and quick-pay information for consumers to review. A third agreement extends a June 2005 arrangement that makes Digital Insight’s consumer Internet Banking and Business Banking solutions the exclusive third-party products to be resold to financial institutions that use Bankway, Metavante’s licensed core processing solution. Digital Insight is a division of Intuit Inc. and provides online banking services to credit unions and banks. Metavante delivers banking and payment technologies to financial services firms and businesses worldwide.
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