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Jack Henry Partners with Early Warning, Links to Zelle Network

Jack Henry Partners with Early Warning, Links to Zelle Network

by November 29, 2016 at 12:42 pm 0 comments

Financial technology solutions provider Jack Henry has announced a partnership with Early Warning, the company behind the Zelle network, The partnership has the potential to link about 3,000 new financial institutions to the faster payments network. The service formally known as clearXchange, which was officially rebranded as Zelle this year, isRead More

ClearXchange Runs the Table by Signing Citigroup

ClearXchange Runs the Table by Signing Citigroup

by September 30, 2016 at 11:01 am 0 comments

ClearXchange has racked up an impressive series of wins in recent months, bringing several major banks live on its realtime payments network. But this week it may have scored its biggest win of all — signing longtime holdout Citigroup. ClearXchange’s client roster already includes the nation’s largest banks: JPMorgan Chase,Read More

As quick as slapping a button.

As Transactions Speed Up, How Will Banks Fight Fraud?

by March 11, 2016 at 12:55 pm 1 comment

Bank of America and U.S. Bank are the latest banks to sign on to realtime payments, joining Early Warning’s clearXchange network earlier this week. As more banks sign on to the number one name in real-time transactions, the most irksome, time-sensitive financial emergencies may become a thing of the past.Read More

Early Warning Appears Set to Relaunch clearXchange as SecureExchange

Early Warning Appears Set to Relaunch clearXchange as SecureExchange

by November 3, 2015 at 10:35 am 0 comments

Early Warning, the bank security consortium that last month combined with clearXchange, appears set to relaunch its payments service as SecureExchange. ClearXchange is the stuttering P2P payments network launched by several major banks, including Bank of America and Capital One Financial Corp., in 2011. Bank of America, for example, went live withRead More