Financial software vendor Misys has launched ‘Misys FusionBanking Corporate FrontOffice’, described as a unified corporate client front end, integrated with enterprise pricing and credit lifecycle management.
The release is latest packaged solution in the FusionBanking portfolio for corporate banking, which Misys says delivers a single view across the corporate client business. The resulting cross-business visibility allows banks to predict client needs more effectively and deliver tailored financial solutions, with flexible pricing, when clients require them most.
Misys added that this is the first major release as the company delivers on its strategy to provide the most complete, connected and componentised solution suite for corporate banking. The components of FusionBanking Corporate FrontOffice can be integrated with the vendor’s best-in-class back office systems for commercial lending, trade finance and payment management, to provide a strategic path for commercial banking transformation.
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