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Brief: Hancock Bank chooses InteliData ASP for e-billing

23 August 2001  |  2187 views  |  0 Brief: Hancock Bank chooses InteliData ASP for e-billing

US-based Hancock Bank is to offer customers online bill payment services following the ASP-based installation of InteliData Interpose Bill Payment Suite, Payment Warehouse and Web Interface.

The end-to-end bill payment solution allows customers to access their biller account information online. Users have the ability to schedule one time and recurring bill payments and download bill payment information to Personal Finance Manager (PFM) desktop applications such as Intuit Quicken, Intuit QuickBooks and Microsoft Money.

Hancock will also be able to internally process bills paid to the bank, by passing third party electronic remittance providers.

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