NDC | eCommerce announced substantial enhancements to its iGlobal Corporate Banker product. iGlobal Corporate Banker allows banks to offer and manage financial products and services to their corporate clients through electronic data exchange. With the significant enhancements in speed and security, corporate treasurers now have access to a fast, secure and robust internet banking system, capable of linking to virtually any accounting, treasury and reporting systems for efficient and secure transfer of information. iGlobal Corporate Banker enhancements include CMX link, a file transfer application capable of sending and receiving bulk files or other data in a secure method over a variety of delivery mechanisms, and High Speed Message Loader (HSML), providing the ability to speed up the data population process to any Jet Access or ODBC compliant database application. Both these NT-based applications have been developed by NDC | eCommerce. ‘Corporates now have the ability to obtain a shared centre environment for all treasury and accounts payable data and a single interface to multi-banks without having software remotely installed at the operating companies’, explains John Davison, General Manager at NDC | eCommerce.
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