The HypoVereinsbank has launched a mobile banking (m-banking) solution called UC eBanking app, which is available for iPhone, for its corporate customers. The app is based on CoCoNet’s Multiversa EBICS app.
The new m-banking application works with the EBICS standard and thus acts as a mobile EBICS client system that can connect with any EBICS banking server. Users can look up account statements and further account details from their HypoVereinsbank accounts and from other banks and also initiate payments. The Multiversa EBICS app makes use of the Distributed Digital Signature (DDS). Via the app, users can view payments to be signed or co-signed from various accounts and electronically sign these payments.
“With the app, HypoVereinsbank is a valuable early mover advantage in professional online banking,” said Ulrich Lischewski, chief executive officer (CEO) of CoCoNet.
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