Opus Consulting Solutions is a member of the U.S. Faster Payments Council
By Edlyn Cardoza
Global payments provider Opus Consulting Solutions recently announced that it has officially joined the U.S. Faster Payments Council (FPC), a membership organisation working towards advancing faster payments in the United States.
“We are pleased to have a niche payments technology company such as Opus join our consortium of leading banks and fintechs,” said FPC Executive Director Reed Luhtanen. He added, “We look forward to leveraging Opus’ deep technology proficiency and domain expertise across the broad spectrum of payments ecosystem to promote ubiquitous, safe, and efficient faster payments in the United States.”
The FPC is an industry-led membership organisation dedicated to taking inclusive and collaborative approaches to issues that stand in the way of achieving faster payments ubiquity.
On becoming a member of the Council, TM Praveen, CEO of Opus Consulting Solutions, said, “With a legacy that runs over two decades in building highly innovative payment solutions, Opus is well-positioned to promote ubiquity and faster payments adoption in the U.S. The faster payments system capabilities of the nation are rapidly evolving and innovating at a never-before-seen pace. As members of the Council, we are delighted to be joining the collective effort in building the future of faster payments.”
With this membership, Opus will have access to members-only workgroups, forums, and FPC work products and will also be actively involved in addressing the most pressing challenges currently inhibiting faster payments ubiquity. Sameer Jain, Chief Growth Officer of Opus Consulting Solutions, added, “As a member of the U.S. Faster Payments Council, we look forward to playing a key role in advancing broader adoption and ensuring end-user access to faster payments solutions.”
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