BOK Financial (BOKF) has selected ACI Enterprise Banker to create a single platform for online banking for its commercial customer base. BOKF will also deploy ACI Proactive Risk Manager, tightly integrated with Enterprise Banker, to enhance its anti-fraud activity in its online channels.
Enterprise Banker is designed for corporate customers of all sizes from small office/home office (SOHO) and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to large corporate treasury departments. Enterprise Banker will enable BOK Financial to customise its services to specific market segments as well as individual customers. It will provide a solid foundation for BOKF to continue developing its online banking strategies and will support its plans for mobile payment services in the future. By integrating Proactive Risk Manager into the complete solution, BOKF will also be able to offer its clients the highest levels of fraud detection and prevention throughout their online channels.
“Enterprise Banker bridges a gap for us in the business banking sector, and growth in this sector is a significant initiative for our organisation,” said Chuck Garcia, executive vice president (EVP) and manager of the treasury services and international divisions at BOKF. “It has the functional capabilities that our clients need today and we believe it will continue to meet their changing needs in the future. Enterprise Banker enables us to fulfil our brand promise of offering nationally competitive products to our clients, and once we implement the full capabilities of Enterprise Banker we will have the ability to better compete in our market. In addition, the deployment of Proactive Risk Manager as part of an integrated solution will protect the online banking channel.”
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