Hanse Orga has announced its partnership with Deutsche Bank, made in December 2010, to allow users of the central payment solution FinanceSuite Payment Management to profit from additional benefits when optimising international payments.
Hanse Orga has developed a special integration solution in co-operation with the bank that allows both companies to realise positive synergy effects for their joint customers. Users profit from shorter project durations and lower costs due to the definition of standards for the project execution and implementation of the FinanceSuite Payment Management as the international payment platform.
A common, standardised, technical interface gives customers access to all Deutsche Bank services in the area of global transaction banking (GTB). The provision of an integrated workflow from both companies allows the complete automation of banking processes in this area. Hanse Orga and Deutsche Bank also work together during the implementation phase to guarantee the smooth execution of the project and support the customer with a service that meets their individual needs.
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