As consumer appetite for digital payments grows, American Express wants to be at all the right places. That has resulted in the 166 year-old financial services giant investing in a series of digital partnerships in recent years, from Uber and Airbnb to most recently, Facebook Messenger. Last week, the brand announced its plans of unveiling a Facebook Messenger bot, which would send members real-time notifications about their purchases as well as information about their card benefits and services associated with those purchases. It also has partnerships with Uber, Airbnb and Jawbone, among others. As people use physical cards less and less, “it becomes more and more important to integrate all of our services into the platforms where our customers are already going,” said Dave Wolf, vice president of digital partnerships and development at American Express.