JPMorgan Chase & Co. has filed a patent for a method to execute an auto-provisioning workflow between a co-branded partner and a card issuer. The processor establishes a communication link, transmits a message with reward identification, identifies the card, and automatically transmits card information to the partner. GlobalData’s report on JPMorgan Chase & Co gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

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Automated process for linking co-branded cards with rewards accounts

Source: United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Credit: JPMorgan Chase & Co

The patent application (Publication Number: US20240037535A1) describes a method and system for executing an auto-provisioning workflow between a co-branded partner computing device and a co-branded card issuer computing device. The method involves establishing a communication link, transmitting a message with a reward identification number, identifying the co-branded card associated with the customer, and executing an auto-provisioning workflow to transmit card information data to the partner device. The system includes a processor and memory storing instructions for communication, identification, and execution of the auto-provisioning workflow.

Furthermore, the method and system involve determining if the co-branded card is a newly created account, fetching card information data from a database, and adding it as a payment mechanism on the partner device. The co-branded card, sponsored by both the partner and issuer, offers benefits and rewards tailored for the customer. The co-branded card can be a credit card, reward card, gift card, or debit card, with data including the account number, customer name, billing address, and expiration date stored and transmitted during the auto-provisioning process. Overall, the patent application outlines a comprehensive approach to streamline the provisioning of co-branded cards between partners and issuers, enhancing customer experience and operational efficiency in the process.

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