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S1 develops personal and small business banking modules

11 December 2001  |  2562 views  |  0 S1 develops personal and small business banking modules

S1 Corporation has introduced two new applications for financial institutions to offer personal banking and small business banking via the Web.

The personal banking module covers comprehensive banking, credit card and loan accounts services. Consumers can view account histories for cleared and pending transactions, track and manage net worth, transfer money between internal accounts as well as external accounts from outside financial services providers, and access various bill payment features, over the Internet. Additionally, consumers can view consolidated balances and summary information.

The small business banking module delivers account activity information, domestic and international payment and transfer capabilities, cheque services and administrative functionality.

Both applications can be deployed as packaged solutions or customised. The modules are based on S1's Enterprise Platform.

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