Source: GIFTS Software
GIFTS Software, a leading provider of funds transfer, e-banking and anti-money laundering solutions, announced today that Bank of Communications, Doha Bank, and Mega International Commercial Bank Co., Ltd. have all selected the "eGIFTS" wire transfer and telecommunication solution.
eGIFTS is an exciting next generation system designed to automate both the payment and telecommunications processing of a bank. eGIFTS is built upon GIFTS Software's 10+ year heritage of providing powerful wire transfer and telecommunications systems. Some of the benefits of the eGIFTS system include:Unprecedented System Availability & Ease of Use - eGIFTS utilizes the latest hardware and software technologies.Flexible Hardware Platform Choices - eGIFTS is available on multiple platforms, such as the IBM Pseries or i5 Servers/AIX Operating System, the highly scalable Windows Server family and Sun/Solaris. eGIFTS utilizes an Oracle database.Simple Product Implementation & Rollout - eGIFTS is a browser-based system. No special software is required on the user PC. Instead, users connect to the eGIFTS server by use of a web-browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0.
Bank of Communications is one of the five leading commercial banks with more than 2,800 domestic branches and sub-branches over 80 big and medium cities in China. Apart from its Hong Kong Branch, the Bank also has established overseas branches in New York, Tokyo and Singapore and representative offices in London and Frankfurt.
Doha Bank is the largest private commercial bank in the State of Qatar. It was incorporated in 1978 and commenced its banking business (including its International Banking services) in Doha, Qatar on March 15, 1979.
Mega International Commercial Bank Co., Ltd. is one of the most time-honored banks in the Republic of China. As of December 31, 2005, the Bank has 75 domestic branches and 16 overseas branches, 1 marketing office, 2 representative offices, and 2 subsidiary banks in Canada and Thailand respectively, with 3,555 employees and total capital of NT$37,261 million.