Allied Payment Network, a US-based digital money movement solutions provider for banks and credit unions, has announced an integration with digital banking and lending solutions provider Q2. 

The real-time, open-network payments solutions firm has integrated with Q2’s digital banking platform through the latter’s Partner Accelerator programme. 

Through the combination, financial organisations can now buy Allied Payment’s real-time money movement solutions. 

Besides, financial firms are expected to be capable to deliver solutions to account holders through their digital banking applications. 

The Q2 Partner Accelerator is a programme offered by the Q2 Innovation Studio. 

It enables in-demand financial services companies who are utilising the Q2 SDK to pre-integrate their technology into the Q2 digital banking platform. 

According to Allied Payment Network, the programme allows financial enterprises to collaborate with partners, purchase their solutions and quickly deploy their standardised integrations to their customers. 

The payment solutions provider’s portfolio of online and mobile payment solutions includes online bill pay, A2A, Vault, P2P, PicturePay, BizPay, PortalPay,  and online loan payments. 

Allied Payment Network CEO Geoff Knapp said: “We couldn’t be more excited to become a part of the Q2 Innovation Studio and all the opportunities that integrating with such a highly respected digital banking platform offers us.  

“Q2 has a stellar reputation in the banking industry, and we can’t wait to expand Allied’s reach through this partnership.” 

Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Q2 allows its financial organisations and fintech firms to offer extensive, secure, data-driven digital client engagement solutions ranging from consumers to small businesses and corporate clients. 

In February 2023, Q2 was selected by Australian community bank Hume Bank to transform its customer onboarding. 

With Q2, Hume Bank aimed to modernise and optimise its customer origination processes for loan and deposit products.