Misys has partnered with ClairMail, a mobile banking and payments solution provider, to enhance and extend its mobile banking solution, Misys Mobile.
Through an integration of both companies’ solutions, and together with its online portal platform, Misys can now offer its customers a complete range of e-banking solutions including the latest mobile banking technologies appropriate for any customer segment. With the addition of ClairMail, Misys Mobile can now deliver SMS-based services, web-based mobile banking, and its SmartClient downloadable applications, all in its banking customers’ own branding.
Banks will benefit from the wealth of experience that Misys has built by working with banks of all sizes on enterprise banking implementations across the globe. Building on the integration capabilities of the platform, allowing interoperability with any core banking system or third-party system, Misys and ClairMail have developed pre-packaged modules to ensure seamless integration with the Misys range of banking applications.
“It is no longer sufficient to offer mobile banking in as many different flavours as possible,” said Olivier Berthier, solutions director, transaction banking, Misys. “Banks need to partner with a solution provider that will help them maximise mobile banking adoption among their customers, while also understanding all bank-customer interaction requirements, whether via mobile phone or other e-banking channels. ClairMail and Misys have proven track records in helping customers achieve just this.”
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