JP Morgan Treasury Services has unveiled its Access Mobile banking platform in Asia-Pacific, giving cash management clients the ability to view balance and transaction information at any time via smartphones and tablets. Multinational companies, large domestic enterprises and mid-sized corporates can now use the benefits of Access Mobile for accounts located in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore and Thailand. Additional markets will follow this year.
Access Mobile features include:
- The ability to view multicurrency cash balances, transaction details and alerts for JP Morgan
- Access and third-party bank accounts in key Asian markets and globally.
- A one-of-a-kind ‘quick decision’ feature, which allows clients to project cash positions based on anticipated transactions and target balances at the account level.
- Customisable business critical alerts that assist clients in taking immediate action and making important decisions on the go.
Christine Barry, research director at Aite, said: “Corporate treasurers need easy access to actionable data to effectively manage their cash flow. JP Morgan Access Mobile’s easy-to-use interface offers not only a snapshot of their global cash and investment account balance, but also innovative ‘quick decision’ functionality to securely perform strategic transactions, anytime, anywhere.”
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