Q2ebanking Partners with Largest Independent US Bill Pay Provider iPay

March 8, 2010

Q2ebanking Partners with Largest Independent US Bill Pay Provider iPay

Q2 and iPay Technologies team up to provide highly configurable bill pay for community banks

AUSTIN, TX, March 8, 2010 – Q2ebanking, a progressive financial services technology company for community financial institutions, today announced a new alliance with iPay Technologies (www.ipaytechnologies.com), the nation’s leading provider of online bill payment solutions and service to more than 3,600 financial institutions. Matt Flake, President of Q2, stated that, “Partnering with iPay provides our customers with best-of-breed options in bill pay. There has been mounting pressure being applied to Financial Institutions as their customers (both consumer and businesses) have been demanding more advanced bill pay functionality. Our community bank customers demand configurability, and we feel that iPay recognizes this and responds accordingly in their bill pay offering.” “iPay’s bill pay solutions allow our clients to offer the features that meet the unique needs of their end users” said Bill Ready, president of iPay Technologies. “We offer an easy to implement, turnkey online bill payment solution, and provide superior, personalized service. This combination is especially attractive to community financial institutions.” The solutions iPay Technologies offers are the result of end-user and financial institution requests. iPay is an agile, rapid development company that can incorporate market demands and expedite availability. iPay Technologies is the only bill pay provider that offers this level of configurability to bridge customer needs with budget availability. “Q2’s customers value the “on-demand” feature access we offer, enabling them to configure products and services to meet the unique requirements of both retail and commercial banking customers. The ability to also configure bill pay with iPay Technologies solutions will further contribute to tailoring products to specific banking needs,” said Matt Flake.

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