Diamis and CoCoNet have concluded a partnership agreement for providing the French market with a solution for managing the transition from ETEBAC to EBICS.
The solution is based on MULTIVERSA international banking server (IBS), a multi-channel server for exchanges between banks and corporate customers. MULTIVERSA has been operating EBICS exchanges for years within some of the major cash management players in Germany. It also includes a platform to develop complete service offerings ranging from value added features in payments remittance to comprehensive corporate treasury management.
Diamis and CoCoNet have jointly packaged a scalable component that handles EBICS exchanges in France. The offering is two-fold:
- An EBICS starting kit that is packaged in accordance with the short timeframe of the ETEBAC migration project.
- The foundations to set up a full range of cash management services.
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