Payment Solutions News

The Future is Now with APIs

Fall 2020 Issue

Stay on top of the latest in treasury management. The strategic insights and practical information in PNC’s Payment Solutions News include product updates, industry trends and best practices that can help you enhance your organization’s treasury management operations.


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A Note From Jeff Felser, Senior Vice President

This issue of Payment Solutions News highlights the growth of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs): sets of rules and specifications that allow different systems or applications to interconnect. APIs make the functionality of a service (such as a treasury management solution) available in other applications, which can help increase the effectiveness of those applications.

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A Look at PNC’s APIs

Learn about six PNC APIs that can be used to help to simplify commercial payments-related workflow, improve accuracy and more.

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Key Corporate Trends Creating Opportunities For Treasury APIs

Wondering how current trends and economic conditions are driving API adoption? Check out these corporate and technology trends that are creating opportunities for APIs.”

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Application Program Interface (API) FAQs

Check out our FAQs for the answers to common questions our clients have been asking about APIs.

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Payment News Update

An at-a-glance look at recent developments in the commercial payments sector with links to related topics in previous issues in the Payment Solutions News archive.

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Analysis and Forecasts of Key Economic Variables

PNC’s economists provide analysis and forecasts of national, regional and global economic and financial trends.

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