i2c, revolutionizing digital banking and payments with The Bank of Missouri

January 29, 2024
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i2c, a provider of digital banking and payments solutions, has announced a five-year partnership with The Bank of Missouri (TBOM) to offer a full suite of digital financial products and services to consumers and businesses. By leveraging i2c’s core banking and payments platform, TBOM can quickly onboard fintech clients and enable them to create their own configurations of digital-first financial services. This collaboration aims to address the emerging requirements of fintechs for easier access to digital banking solutions. The Bank of Missouri, with over $2.8 billion in assets, offers various consumer and business deposit and lending solutions, and is known for its community-focused approach.

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