CashTech Solutions, provider of solutions for corporate electronic banking and cash management, announced the availability of TransactCentral, an approach to cash management systems that provides financial institutions the flexibility to offer an unlimited variety of products to their corporate customers without extensive involvement of their IT organizations or software vendors. Banks can now offer cash management products that can be customized to fit an individual customer’s needs. For the first time, cash management systems will become customer-centric instead of bank-centric. TransactCentral represents the next generation of corporate Internet banking, incorporating the latest advancements in both features and technology. TransactCentral’s component-based architecture includes an intuitive business rules server, an interface manager, and a powerful transaction engine, all developed under the J2EE 1.2 standard.
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