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13 November 2002  |  740 views  |  0 Commerce upgrades online banking Web site

US-based Commerce Bank has upgraded its online banking Web site enabling customers to transfer money between accounts and to pay bills using online payment service, E-Bill.

E-bill enables customers with online bill pay accounts to receive bills electronically and schedule payments.

The online service, which is powered by Corillian's Voyager platform, also allows customers to transfer money between deposit accounts and access real-time balance and transaction information.

The bank says online account information can be exported to financial management software such as Quicken and Microsoft Money.

Cynthia Tetrault, assistant vice president, manager of online banking for commerce, comments: "At Commerce, we are continually asking and listening to what our customers needs are and one of the recurring themes is convenience. Recognizing and trying to solve that need, Commerce Bank enhanced and expanded its Online Banking offering."

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