Harland Financial Solutions has released Cavion Bill Pay, a fully integrated Internet bill pay solution, in order to expand its current electronic banking offering, which consists of Internet, mobile and business banking solutions.
Cavion Bill Pay integrates with Cavion Internet Banking, providing an effective end-user experience for managing and tracking payments. Non-integrated solutions require a secure login that passes the user’s credentials onto a separate hosted bill payment site. With Cavion Bill Pay, end-users stay within the Cavion Internet Banking site, benefiting from a consistent look and feel across the entire Internet banking and bill-pay experience, and the added convenience of working within one window.
Financial institutions implementing Cavion Bill Pay will have the option of providing first-tier support themselves, or through Harland Financial Solutions. With all data and administrative functions housed in one system, end-user support is more efficient. The improved online experience delivered through Cavion Bill Pay will help financial institutions strengthen their relationships with consumers. Clients will also benefit from leveraging new fee income opportunities that result from added payment options, such as expedited payments, with Cavion Bill Pay.
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