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Fincentric upgrades Wealthview platform

28 May 2003  |  2597 views  |  0 Fincentric upgrades Wealthview platform

Canadian financial software vendor Fincentric has launched version 3.6 of its core retail banking and wealth management system, Wealthview Banking.

Wealthview Banking is based on the vendor's online transaction processing (OLTP) engine and combines a complete front-to-back office banking solution with an enterprise wealth management system.

The system works across multiple delivery channels, including branch, phone, ATM, kiosk, Internet and wireless and enables firms to formulate strategies to maximise customer value and increase customer retention.

The new release includes automated event notification through any channel, benefit changes, pay/no-pay decisions and product renewal. In addition, the software allows financial firms to support dealer lending contracts.

Fincentric says Washington-based Rainier Pacific Bank was instrumental in the development of the new version. The bank is currently in the systems integration phase of its implementation and is on schedule to go live in Q3 2003.

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