25 April 2015

Jack Henry launches iBizManager

12 June 2012  |  1062 views  |  0 Source: Jack Henry & Associates

Jack Henry & Associates (JKHY) is a leading provider of technology solutions and payment processing services primarily for financial services organizations.

Its Jack Henry Banking division announced today the availability of iBizManager, the latest addition to its extensive offering of Internet and mobile banking solutions.

iBizManager integrates the functionality of the NetTeller Cash Management and iPay Biz 2.0business bill pay products into a convenient iPad-based application. It enables banks to expand their mobile offering with a contemporary solution designed exclusively for business customers. iBizManager supports banks' commercial customers with secure, anytime, anywhere access to their accounts, funds transfer and bill payment capabilities, alerts, and more.

According to Pete Hopkins, general manager of Internet Solutions for Jack Henry & Associates, "The business of banking has evolved from brick and mortar, to the Internet, and now to smartphones and tablets. Today's consumers expect to conduct their banking business anytime and anywhere, so mobile banking is becoming a must-have financial service.

Banks need a progressive mobile strategy for their retail and business customers, and they need secure technology to drive that strategy. We are the first technology provider to develop and deliver a sophisticated downloadable tablet application that completely mobilizes cash management and business bill pay. This cutting-edge solution will generate tangible benefits for our bank clients and ultimately their commercial customers."

Tony Wormington, president of Jack Henry & Associates, said, "iBizManager offers the ability to deliver the robust functionality provided by NetTeller Cash Management and iPay Biz 2.0 on a tablet device as a high-demand solution that we expect will become a key component of diverse mobile banking strategies." 

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