Infosys has launched Finacle E-banking Version 11, which provides personalisation capabilities, security features and customer insights to drive adoption of online banking channels and enhance customer loyalty.
The latest version of the e-banking solution delivers protection in the form of multi-factor authentication and access controls. Built on a scalable and extensible architecture, it is easily configurable and allows for seamless deployment with multiple host systems. The solution integrates with existing channels in banks and helps deliver to the customer a coherent, consistent experience across all the channels. Finacle supports multi-lingual, multi-currency and multi-entity mapping allowing banks to roll-out global product and marketing initiatives quickly and cost effectively.
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