Washington, D. C. 20549

                                      FORM 8-K

                                   CURRENT REPORT

                         Pursuant to Section 13 or 15(d) of
                         the Securities Exchange Act of 1934

                                    Date of Report
                                    April 4, 1996

                                     FISERV, INC.
               (Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)

                   (State or other jurisdiction of incorporation)

                        0-14948                          39-1506125
               (Commission File Number)      (IRS Employer Identification No.)

                   255 FIserv Drive                        53045
                 Brookfield, Wisconsin                   (Zip code)
                 (Address of principal
                  executive offices)

                 Registrant's telephone number, including area code
                                   (414) 879-5000


   (1)  News release by Fiserv, Inc., dated April 4, 1996.
Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the
registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the
undersigned hereunto duly authorized.
                                FISERV, INC.

                                By /S/ EDWARD P. ALBERTS
                                EDWARD P. ALBERTS
                                Senior Vice President - Finance

Date:  April 4, 1996

For release:  April 4, 1996
          For more information contact:  Leslie M. Muma, President
          Fiserv, Inc. and The Chase Manhattan Corporation Announce
          New Strategic Alliance Agreement
          Brookfield, Wisconsin, April 4, 1996--Fiserv, Inc. and The
          Chase Manhattan Corporation announced today an agreement
          under which Fiserv will provide experienced check processing
          personnel to staff Chase's item processing sites in Brooklyn,
          Rochester and Syracuse, N.Y., for up to three years.  The new
          agreement is in response to the recently completed merger of
          Chase and Chemical Banking Corporation, which was effective
          March 31, 1996.  This agreement, which will initially generate
          $20 million of annual revenue for Fiserv, will replace the
          strategic alliance between Fiserv and Chase signed in February
          1995.  For the early termination of the original agreement, Fiserv
          will receive a fee, net of certain related charges, of
          approximately $15 million pre-tax, which Fiserv plans to
          recognize ratably over a 14-month period ending February 1997.
          With this new arrangement, Fiserv will assist the new Chase in
          merging its check processing platforms, creating an internal
          operation.  "This agreement supports the implementation of our
          strategy to establish enterprise-wide operating platforms
          throughout our businesses," said Denis O'Leary, Chase
          Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer.  "It
          gives us the flexibility to leverage the scale of the new Chase and
          continue building our image-enabled item processing platform."
          "This new alliance is a positive arrangement for all parties
          involved," said Leslie M. Muma, Vice Chairman, President and
          Chief Operating Officer of Fiserv.  "Fiserv will support the item
          processing integration of what will soon be the nation's largest
          bank.  In turn, the new Chase gains an experienced service
          partner dedicated to maintaining the highest levels of customer
          satisfaction during the merger process.  In addition, our strong
          relationship with the new Chase management team has the
          potential to lead to additional new business."
          According to Donald L. Boudreau, Chase Vice Chairman, "We
          have been pleased with the results of our original agreement with
          Fiserv.  They have exceeded our expectations as a true
          technology partner, while improving service quality and
          responsiveness at our existing operations.  We are confident that
          the goals we jointly agreed to in our original alliance would have
          been attained by Fiserv."
          With $300 billion in assets, The Chase Manhattan Corporation is
          the largest banking company in the United States.  It has more
          primary relationships with large U.S. companies than any other
          competitor, making it the leading bank to corporate America. 
          The new Chase is also among only a handful of truly global
          competitors, with wholesale banking operations in 52 countries,
          clients in 180 and leadership rankings in almost all areas of
          global finance, trading, private banking and information and
          transaction services.  Domestically, Chase is a preeminent
          financial products company, with leading positions in credit
          cards, mortgage banking, consumer finance, mutual funds and
          home banking.  It has offices in 39 states and relationships with
          more than 25 million households coast to coast.  For information,
          please contact Lisa Selkin Lupo of Chase Corporate
          Communications at (212) 270-5246.
          Fiserv, Inc. is an independent provider of financial data
          processing systems and related information management services
          and products to more than 5,000 banks, credit unions, mortgage
          firms and savings institutions worldwide.  A publicly held
          company headquartered in Brookfield, Wis., Fiserv stock is
          traded on the NASDAQ over-the-counter market under the
          symbol FISV.  For information, please contact Marji Kennedy of
          Fiserv Corporate Communications at (414) 879-5316.