Citi has expanded its GTS mobile functionality with new differentiated offerings for its commercial cards and treasury services clients. Citi Commercial Cards has announced the availability of mobile alerts for cardholders and programme administrators (PAs) in Colombia, India, Singapore and the US. Citi’s corporate cardholders can manage their expenses and keep track of their corporate spend regardless of day, time or their location via their mobile devices.
The expansion of Citi’s global mobile messaging now offers Citi’s US corporate cardholders the ability to receive four short message service (SMS) alerts indicating that:
- Statement is ready to be viewed.
- Payment is due.
- Payment is past-due.
- Payment has been received.
Citi Commercial Cards is looking to expand this functionality into additional markets throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa (EMEA) and Asia.
Previously Citi’s GTS unit announced the launch of CitiDirect BE Mobil and has also been piloting functionality that allows treasury services clients using their mobile devices to access more of the features available within CitiDirect online banking.
The new functionality allows entitled mobile users to also:
- Release payments for straight-through processing (STP).
- Check account balances and transaction status providing for added convenience.
- Select from additional language options including Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Polish and Turkish, all supporting client demand and Citi’s global footprint of over 50 countries.
- Optimise usability of their mobile devices with an enhanced user interface design.
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