said Thursday it renewed its partnership with the
Kansas Bankers Association
Under the agreement, Deluxe will work with the Kansas Bankers to provide products and services that enable member banks to engage more deeply with their customers and obtain a competitive edge.
Kansas Bankers Association is an advocate for the banking industry in Kansas, helping member banks maximize profitability, increase accountability and achieve their business objectives.
"Deluxe and the KBA share a long history of providing products and services that support the success of KBA member banks," the Bryn Mawr, Pa.-based company said. "Deluxe's comprehensive suite of products and services help financial institutions achieve their business goals while simultaneously enhancing customer engagement, fighting fraud and achieving market differentiation."
The company's stock was trading down 4 cents at $17.64 Thursday.
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