Scotiabank to launch Web banking in Trinidad and Tobago with S1
14 July 2003 | 4626 views | 0
Toronto-based Scotiabank is implementing S1 Corporation's Personal Banking application running on the vendor's J2EE-based Enterprise Platform to deliver online financial services to customers in Trinidad and Tobago.
Scotiabank is using the technology to launch its Web banking services in the region.
The system will provide customers with a consolidated view of deposit, credit and loan accounts, making it easier for them to review their accounts online. The bank aims to provide convenient access to account activity and enable customers to confirm cleared transactions, transfer funds and pay bills.
Lance Hill, Scotiabank vice president, international self service banking, says Web banking offers customers a comprehensive solution to bank at their convenience, anytime, anywhere.
S1 says more than a dozen financial service providers use its technology to provide online banking services to more than three million end-users in the Latin American and Caribbean regions - an underserved, but rapidly expanding market.