Infosys Technologies has launched Finacle mobile banking 2.0. This solution enables retail and corporate consumers to access banking services through mobile SMS, GPRS, 3G and USSD-enabled handsets.
The solution supports multi-host, multilingual, multi-channel, multi-currency banking. It facilitates interactive financial management encompassing product selection, proximity payments, remote deposit capture, new account opening, ATM/branch locating based on GPS and value added services like mobile ticketing, mobile top-up and mobile marketing.
The solution’s integration framework enables integration with disparate host systems, facilitating a unified, rich and intuitive user experience. Two-factor authentication and encryption ensure fidelity of transactions.
Haragopal Mangipudi, global head – Finacle, Infosys, said: “As channel innovation continues to be a strategic priority for progressive banks, mobile banking has truly come of age. Finacle mobile banking 2.0 enables banks to create and leverage game-changing opportunities, through the mobile channel, to build, deepen and institutionalise relationships with both customers and new emerging consumer segments.”
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