CoCoNet has launched mobile banking application Multiversa EBICS App, which will allow corporate customers manage their bank accounts through the multi-banking capable EBICS solution in Germany, France and many other European countries easily from any place at any time. The new e-banking app is available for various smart phones and tablet PCs, such as Apple iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry, and Android devices.
The European multi-bank communications standard EBICS allows companies to connect to all their bank accounts at the highest level of service quality and security. Besides the well-established channels through fat-clients and high sophisticated internet portals like Multiversa International Finance Portal (IFP) users of corporate customers increasingly demand for mobile capabilities.
The broad range of functionality in the new solution allows users to look up account statements from every bank. They also can initiate payments, e.g. single euro payments area (SEPA) or domestic. The Multiversa EBICS App also presents payments from various accounts to be signed or co-signed by the corporate user.
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