Ninety Percent of Surveyed Banks Report Same Day ACH Origination Volume is Higher Than or as Anticipated
A qualitative survey of 23 fiancial institutions comprising nearly two-thirds of Same Day ACH origination was conducted in December 2016 and January 2017.
A glimpse of Same Day ACH volume in 2016.
Community banks and credit unions remain diligent in their efforts to stay competitive in the evolving financial services industry.
“If your franchise means anything to you, you have to be relevant in payments,” said Bob Steen, CEO, Bridge Community Bank. “If you lose your payment relationship, you don’t have a franchise, because your customers can get a mortgage online, a car loan from a car dealer, and so on. If they don’t need you for payments, they don’t need you.”
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Faster Payments are finally live in the U.S. with Same Day ACH, but that’s just the start. For the latest Faster Payments Tracker™, PYMNTS spoke with ACI’s Barry Kislingbury, director of solution consulting, and WA Proctor, vice president and product line manager, to compare the U.S. versus the U.K. and what each can learn from the other. Find that, along with headlines from around the space, in the latest Tracker.
BIGCast hosts John and Glen speak with NACHA CEO Jan Estep about the successful launch of Same-Day ACH, takeaways from its first six weeks of activity, and overall trends toward faster payments in the FinTech marketplace. Listen Here
Same Day ACH, an industry initiative to move payments faster, was responsible for 3.8 million transactions in October, totaling $4.98 billion with an average transaction amount of $1,303. This data shows strong use of Same Day ACH and is consistent with NACHA’s expectations based on anticipated use cases and industry dialogue. It also demonstrates how Same Day ACH serves as a new ubiquitous U.S. faster payment option that supports marketplace demands.