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Episode Six strikes deal with Mode Eleven

Source: Episode Six

Episode Six, a leading payments technology company, today announced it has entered into a strategic relationship with U.S.-based Mode Eleven.

Mode Eleven and its subsidiary, Summit National Bank, have selected Episode Six to be a key part of their technology infrastructure, including managing virtual accounts and providing capabilities to extend the functionality of current banking services. In addition to helping traditional banks innovate and offer digital solutions, Episode Six’s platform is designed to deliver key capabilities to virtual and digital banks. It is cloud-based and provides partners with the flexibility, adaptability and resilience required to leave legacy technology behind, and enable its customers to drive the future of payments.

"We selected Episode Six’s platform as a key piece of our API-based architecture to help us meet the needs of our BaaS partners and be able to adapt to new technologies quickly,” said Michael Dowling, Mode Eleven CTO. “Our shared focus on hyper-configurability and emphasis on covering major use cases for a FinTech Banking Platform allows us to present a forward-leaning suite of banking products.”

“A scalable and flexible payments infrastructure is required for banks to keep pace with disruptors and evolving consumer preferences,” said John Mitchell, co-founder and CEO of Episode Six. “Mode Eleven and its leadership team have extensive experience driving innovation, and we are excited for this strategic partnership as our virtual account management and payments technology is ideally suited to power their fintech products. By leveraging the tremendous assets from Mode Eleven, we will work together to deliver a market-leading platform.”

Episode Six has established many well-known partnerships in the last year alone, with the objective of helping businesses grow by focusing on customers and evolving market dynamics rather than on underlying tech developments.

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