IPBS launches enhanced e-Banking module
by Richard Kilner
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Specialist provider of wealth management software for the private banking sector International Private Banking Systems (IPBS) has announced the launch of an enhanced e-Banking module.
Using the new module, customers will benefit from a better experience from the improved banking and investment facilities coupled with secure online data access.
The e-Banking module has also expanded the range of transaction types that can be handled to include payments – in SWIFT ready formats, deposits, securities trade and foreign exchange.
In addition, reports can be downloaded to external applications, such as Excel, with the click of a button.
Security has been boosted with the use of a virtual keyboard during the sign-in process, preventing the use of password key-click tracking.
Founder and President Bruce Raine explained that the new module offers the banking sector powerful and flexible functionality, with strong security measures and ease of use.
Raine added that the initial reaction to the new e-Banking module has been very positive and that the firm was already working on client implementations.
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