ACI Worldwide, an international provider of payment systems, has released ACI Enterprise Banker 7.6, its online banking solution for corporate customers. The new release delivers improved usability and mobility, according to the company, and helps banks increase security for online banking customers. It is already being used by ACI’s customers using Enterprise Banker in ACI’s software-as-a-service (SaaS) environment, ACI On Demand (AOD).
Corporate online banking is expanding from the traditional treasury specialists who desire complex user interfaces, to more small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) users who want to easily manage their bank accounts online or via a mobile device. The new release extends Enterprise Banker’s success in serving this broad spectrum of business banking clients with new usability features.
Christine Barry, research director at Aite Group, said: “ACI is a leader in large US deployments for online business banking, and the new Enterprise Banker 7.6 is further along than many competitors in widget creation and design. It offers robust functionality coupled with simplified workflows for broad scalability, and will deliver significant benefits to both banks and their customers.”
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