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i2c, TBOM Team backing FinTech’s Digital Banking Products

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i2c and The Bank of Missouri (TBOM) have partnered to help FinTechs accelerate their launch of digital banking products. With this five-year partnership, TBOM, a community bank with digital banking initiatives, will leverage i2c’s core banking and payments platform. i2c’s configurable banking and payment solutions allow clients to create, launch, and manage a wide range of programs. The collaboration aims to meet FinTechs’ growing need to offer easier access to checking and savings accounts, consumer and small business loans, credit cards, rewards programs, virtual cards, and other digital banking services.

In November, i2c expanded its partnership with global FinTech company Payfare to enhance financial access and empower gig workers. That collaboration will enable Payfare to enter new markets and provide faster and more convenient access to earnings for gig workers.

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