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Clear2Pay inks an agreement with Commerzbank for the deployment of the Open Payment Framework (OPF)

Clear2Pay, the international technology provider of next generation payment solutions for financial institutions announces today at the opening of EBAday 2013, that it has signed a contract with Commerzbank AG for the deployment of its Open Payment Framework (OPF) to improve services and flexibility for its (inter)national client base. OPF will serve as the central platform for end-to-end XML-processing and interface with new technology and products.

Commerzbank will implement OPF as part of a longer term strategic payments renewal project for its clients in and outside Germany. The project will be implemented in various releases. The first go-live is planned by the end of this year.

Christian Rhino, divisional board member Group Banking Operations at Commerzbank AG comments: “For us as a major player in the payments industry, it was important to work with a technology partner who could offer both a proven payments solution as well as a fundamentally strong strategic roadmap around payments. In Clear2Pay we found just that plus the proximity and cultural fit that will be of vital importance for a smooth and timely introduction”.

Michel Akkermans, Chairman and CEO of Clear2Pay states: “We recognize many banks want to combine a strategic payments modernisation project with a rapid return through a phased transformational approach. We believe in longstanding partnerships and are delighted to count Commerzbank amongst our client base. We look forward to working with them in the spirit of this ‘new reality’, offering tactical solutions, agile and efficient technology without diluting the strategic benefits of the service oriented architecture and roadmap they aim for long term.”