ST. PAUL, Minn., July 17 Deluxe Corporation, maker of The Most Popular Checks in the World, today announced it has signed an agreement with Wells Fargo to be the organization's primary provider of consumer and business check printing and related services. In addition, Deluxe will supply its eCommerce solution to provide online check ordering services serving Wells Fargo customers.
Converting from multiple check printers to a primary provider of consumer and business check printing symbolizes the confidence Wells Fargo possesses in Deluxe's strategic ability to provide maximum customer satisfaction and efficiency while serving the unique needs of the nation's seventh largest bank.
"By choosing Deluxe as its primary check provider, Wells Fargo has demonstrated its reliance on our skills and capabilities,'' said Chuck Feltz, president of financial institution check printing for Deluxe Corporation. "With more than 85 years of experience, we have become the provider that financial institutions know and trust. This relationship will allow us to work together to uncover new value through innovative product and service development.''
In addition to being the seventh largest bank in the nation, Wells Fargo also is the most popular Internet bank in the nation, according to Worth magazine. The two organizations are connected electronically via Deluxe's O N E (Online Network Exchange) integrated suite of eCommerce products, which provides numerous services including electronic check ordering solutions for Wells Fargo's call centers and stores. Customers also can re-order checks through http://www.wellsfargo.com . These products in addition to many others will enhance Wells Fargo's capability to maintain its dominant position in the marketplace.
"We are thrilled to be expanding our relationship with Wells Fargo,'' said Feltz. "Our organizations share a foundation rooted in the basic principles of commitment to quality and to customers.''
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