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Emerging technology and changes in consumer behavior are changing the payment landscape. Accenture Payment Services helps banks develop new strategies, operating models and capabilities for payments.
In a changing payments landscape, financial institutions must reposition to improve their competitiveness and remain relevant to consumers and corporate customers. They can accomplish this by leveraging technology to sustain the relentless growth in electronic transactions and the proliferating ways to initiate them over digital channels.
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Accenture Payment Services leverages our deep expertise in banking, robust technology capabilities and outsourcing experience. Our rigorous methodology is underpinned by multi-level architectural models, a vast repository of payment and card processes, and technical and performance expertise.
Accenture has the experience, resources and capabilities that financial institutions need to execute an effective change journey. We have more than 50 major clients worldwide and over 1,500 personnel dedicated to payment engagements, as well as experience in systems integration of most major payment solutions, including the SAP Payments Engine, Fundtech, ACI, Dovetail and Clear2Pay. The Accenture Payments Innovation Showcase, part of the Accenture Technology Lab facility in Sophia Antipolis, France, highlights emerging trends and technologies in payments. Finally, in an increasingly connected world, our global delivery capabilities provide clients with scalable, seamless results.
Contact us to learn how Accenture can help you transform your payment capabilities.
Accenture Payment Services offers a comprehensive set of offerings to help financial institutions develop new strategies, operating models and capabilities in the payment landscape. They include:
Massimo Proverbio is the senior managing director of Accenture Payment Services in Italy, Greece, Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and the Middle East and is responsible for the sales and revenue results of Accenture Financial Services in the region. Proverbio has extensive experience in the banking industry, joining Accenture in 1988 after working at IBM/Olivetti. In his 25-year career with Accenture, he has designed operating models for both small and large organizations, and led transformation projects from inception to implementation. Proverbio has also executed major merger & acquisition projects and has mobile experience in banking, payments and commerce. Contact Massimo Proverbio
Jeremy Light is the lead for Accenture Payment Services in Europe, Africa and Latin America. He specializes in strategy, operating models, and architectures that are focused on cards, payments and back-office operations. Light is responsible for deploying and sharing Accenture’s strategy, systems integration and outsourcing propositions to clients across the region, including cards issuing and acquiring; domestic, international, retail and corporate payments; and front-, middle- and back-office payment functions. Contact Jeremy Light
Jim Bailey is the Global Managing Director for Accenture Mobility, responsible for advancing Accenture’s global mobility strategy and capabilities. Jim joined Accenture in 1988 and over his career has served in a variety of leadership positions across our Operating Groups from Financial Services, to Communications Media & Technology and Products. Most recently, Jim was a Client Group Lead (Banking-South; Payments & Services) and a Diamond Client Account Lead for six years in Financial Services North America. He has served some of Accenture’s largest clients across multiple industries, including communications, capital markets, banking and payments, consumer goods and retail.Contact Jim Bailey
Matthew Friend is a senior executive with Accenture focused on banking and payments, where he is responsible for helping drive payments industry perspectives, from thought leadership to the growth of key payments assets. Prior to joining Accenture, Friend was a principal with Booz Allen Hamilton’s financial services group, focusing on strategic technologies and innovation. Friend has worked closely with several treasury bureaus, the Federal Reserve and multiple government agencies, as well as several leading financial institutions involved in payments, collections, accounting and business process reengineering. Prior to joining Booz Allen, Friend served as director at the US Department of the Treasury, Financial Management Service. Friend also served as an attorney-advisor for the National Association of Federal Credit Unions on tax, electronic banking and accounting issues and clerked for the Honorable Eugene Lerner, Circuit Court of Maryland. Contact Matthew Friend
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