|Traded as||NYSE: FIS
S&P 500 Component
|Founded||February 1, 2006|
|Headquarters||601 Riverside Avenue
Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.
Gary A. Norcross
(President & CEO)
James "Woody" Woodall
|Products||Banking Technology Solutions, Payment Technology Solutions, Processing Services, Information Based services|
|Revenue||$6.070 billion USD (2013)|
|$1.064 billion USD (2013)|
|$825.0 million USD (2013)|
Number of employees
Fidelity National Information Services centers on banking and payments technologies. Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, FIS employs more than 39,000 people and provides payment processing and banking solutions, software, services and outsourcing of the technology. FIS is 422 on the Fortune 500 and is a member of Standard & Poor’s 500 Index. Although the company retains the word "National" in its name, its stock is now traded under the ticker FIS, and this is also the preferred abbreviation. FIS was ranked the #1 Financial Technology company on the FinTech100 in 2014 and 2013.
On July 3, 2007, Certegy Check Services, part of FNIS, announced that a worker at one of its subsidiaries stole 2.3 million consumer records containing credit card, bank account and other personal information. This estimate was later increased to 8.5 million consumer records. The next month, a law firm filed for a class-action lawsuit against CCS and parent company FNIS based on the privacy breach; the firm claims that, since CCS provides check-verification services to many major U.S. stores, "consumers do not choose to use the services of these companies but rather are forced to do so".
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- Active Analytics Suite
- Biller Direct - an online bill presentment and payment solution 
- Commercial Treasury
- Core Banking 
- Document Output
- CSF Designer
- CSF Designer Intuition
- Financial Crime Management
- Governance, Risk and Compliance
- Hardware Solutions
- NYCE Payments Networks - NYCE is an interbank network connecting ATMs of various financial institutions.
- Payment Network Solutions
- Retail Payments
- Sales and Service
- Technology Platforms
- Wealth Management Solutions
- "Outsourced IT Management Solutions"
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- Clear2Pay (September 2014)
- SunGard (12 Aug 2015) 
- "10-K" (pdf). FIS. 28 February 2014. p. 23. Retrieved 29 November 2014.
- Basch, Mark:  Florida Times-Union, October 2, 2009, "Fidelity National Information Services has new brand as it completes merger"
- Basch, Mark:  American Banker, 2014, "FinTech100 Rankings by American Banker"
- Basch, Mark: Financial Times. August 12,2015, "FIS buys SunGard for $9.1bn to undo ‘club’ deal"
- "Data breach generates class action lawsuit". Network World. 2007-08-21.
- FIS — official site