Chase boards Voyager for next generation
15 November 2000 | 2869 views | 0
Chase Manhattan Bank is to implement Corillian's Voyager platform for the delivery of Internet banking services to current account customers.
The package, which will be implemented onsite at Chase, will replace the bank's existing retail Internet banking platform with a real-time solution enabling customers to pay bills, transfer funds and make balance inquiries on their chequeing, savings, credit cards, investments, loans and lines of credit.
Bruce Zimmerman, Chase senior vice president, says the implemenation will give the bank the flexibility to deliver new products and services to online customers without having to make any additional investments in infrastructure.
The Oregon-based solutions provider says Voyager has been designed to provide a link between a financial institution's legacy host system and its consumers, using Internet browsers, personal financial management programmes and Internet-ready wireless devices.
"The open nature and flexibility of Voyager will allow Chase to implement a solution that easily integrates with its core processing and legacy systems," says Ted Spooner, president and CEO of Corillian