Credit Lyonnais Americas has accepted the first phase delivery of ICM’s electronic banking system, BankQuest(tm), for cash reporting via the Internet to its clients. The ICM solution will soon provide Credit Lyonnais Americas with workstation delivery of cash reporting and instructions combined into one flexible platform. ‘BankQuest technology has enabled us to replace older, non-Y2K compliant technology with a very flexible platform that we can continue to expand into new service offerings,’ said Jack Confusione, first vice president and head of market development at Credit Lyonnais Americas. ‘With this flexibility, we will soon be easily able to include payment initiation with our Internet cash reporting services.’
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