Société Générale has launched a new mobile app with a built-in security solution, which the group said is aimed at providing corporate clients with a secure and simple mobile app for approving payments on Smartphone or tablet.
Secure Access is designed “for international treasurers to approve payments on the go,” the group added.
The new app allows Sogecash Web clients to sign their orders with the Sogecash Web mobile app in a secure way, wherever they are. The solution is a software app, which allows users to confirm their identity and validate orders with enhanced security. The signature process on Smartphones and tablets is thus seamless and simple for clients and the app is available on Apple and Android Smartphones and tablets.
SocGen launched the www.cashmanagement.societegenerale.com website last September, in order to provide treasurers, from small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to large multinationals, with information, analyses, case studies and expert opinions.
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