JPMorgan Chase Bank upgrades online banking with Corillian
30 May 2002 | 6159 views | 0
JPMorgan Chase Bank has migrated its online banking operations to Corillian's Voyager platform as part of its launch of next-generation e-banking services.
The new Chase Online service offers retail and small business customers a cleaner site design, easier navigation and a range of new features and services, says Yawar Shah, e-business executive for Chase's retail business.
Using the Voyager platform, customers can continue to check balances, transfer money - which now includes wiring money to any US bank account - and pay bills. Small business customers can continue to use direct deposit of payroll and federal tax payments services.
Charles Costa, Chase's retail CIO and head of technology and operations, says: "Upgrading our online banking service with Corillian's Voyager platform and the Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server has improved our overall system performance. It has given Chase Online increased capacity and reliability in addition to providing system scalability."