CoCoNet has launched Multiversa Overlay Portal (OLP), a customisable dashboard application which gives financial managers a current overview on relevant financial information. The system also provides direct access to all connected sub-systems and combines data from different sources and aggregates it into a single layer for browser or mobile use. In this way all relevant financial information and actions come together in one functional overall dashboard application.
The OLP gives financial managers a current overview on all relevant financial information and a convenient, direct access to the connected sub-systems. Multiversa OLP combines data from different sources and aggregates it into a single layer for browser or mobile use. In this way all relevant financial information and actions come together in one functional overall dashboard application.
Already existing customer portal applications at banks provide a defined set of information to the overlay portal. These can be CoCoNet’s Multiversa International Finance Portal (IFP) International Finance Portal for electronic banking (e-banking), further business applications like trade finance, foreign exchange (FX), risk management, and even back-end or middleware systems. The data are transferred via web services or other technical interfaces.
Multiversa OLP structures the data in a logical layer and provides it in a sophisticated graphical user interface. The result is a comprehensive always up-to-date information base in a user-friendly layout which shows for example the payment status, payment authorisations, current balances, intraday reports, cash forecasting and pooling, foreign currency rates, and other financial market live data in the dashboard. The system presents these data per area in single graphical portlets.
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