Online Banking Solutions (OBS), a provider of next-generation cash management and business banking revenue-generating solutions for banks, announced the availability of Messenger Financial Centre (MFC), a Web 2.0 cash management and business banking portal based on its Online Messenger. Online Messenger is a multi-channel event based information and file delivery platform providing commercial clients with a central access point for all online banking to view and execute financial transactions.
Built to meet contemporary scale, channel, security and integration requirements, OBS’ new MFC enables bankers to move beyond classic barriers to leverage delivery channels, files and transactions without limitation. Banks’ business customers can perform any type of financial transaction with ease, and the portal provides a powerful integration layer, designed to replace multiple Web application interfaces with a unified user experience. Additionally, MFC is designed for, and built on, a custom Web 2.0 framework that delivers a smooth and feature-rich user experience for an enterprise banking software solution.
“Financial institutions can no longer afford to invest in online banking systems that do not service and scale to the business banking market,” said Dan Myers, chief executive for OBS. “Following seven years of high quality service with our Online Messenger ASP platform supporting several of the nation’s largest commercial banks, OBS offers a smart, long-term option with Messenger Financial Centre. Based on an annual fee and monthly cost per user with absolutely no vendor transaction fees, banks can now manage to a fixed cost model, knowing how profitable the service will be. This provides financial institutions with a competitive edge in today’s economy.”
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