Comerica boards Corillian Voyager
06 December 2001 | 4215 views | 0
Detroit, Michigan-based Comerica has upgraded its Internet banking offering using technology from Oregan-based Corillian.
The bank has licensed Corillian's Voyager platform to replace its current Internet banking service for deployment inhouse at Comerica. Using the new platform, built on Microsoft Windows 2000 and SQL Server database, customers can continue to handle all of their banking needs, including paying bills, reviewing statements and current balances and transferring funds between accounts. The Voyager platform also enables Comerica to enhance its Web banking service more frequently and to support its future growth, says the company.
Donovan Shand, vice president, online banking, Comerica, says: "Streamlined enrollment, expanded funds transfer capabilities, account access options for small business owners and online stop payments are a few examples of the services we're planning to add in the future through the Voyager platform."