JPMorgan Treasury Services is claiming ‘a significant innovation in customer service’ with the launch of its new online Notification Request advising service. Utilizing push technology, the new service offers global clearing clients payment information delivered in near real-time through an array of e-mail enabled devices. This new function, combined with eServe’s advanced features, provides JPMorgan’s customers with ‘a one-of-a-kind integrated, Web-based cash management solution’. The Notification Request service is an e-mail enabled inquiry system that provide clients with same-day/time critical transaction or event information. Notification Request extends traditional advising methods, allowing the bank to proactively notify clients – and at their option, their beneficiaries – in near real-time when certain transaction conditions have been met.
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