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Bank Leumi develops Israeli mobile banking portal

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Israel's Bank Leumi has selected technology from California-based Orsus Solutions to power its new wireless financial services portal.

Using Orsus Uno, a platform for rapidly creating and deploying Web and wireless applications, Bank Leumi will provide its mobile customers with access to 22 types of financial and personal banking services, including comprehensive information for chequeing, savings and foreign currency accounts, in both Hebrew and English.

Additionally, mobile customers will be able to access credit card and loan information, obtain foreign exchange rates, and receive alerts.

The wireless portal will initially be available to customers of Orange Israel and GoNext.

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