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Bank of India to roll out Gifts wire transfer software in New York

22 May 2007  |  1453 views  |  0 Source: GIFTS Software

GIFTS Software, a leading provider of funds transfer, e-banking and anti-money laundering solutions, announced today that Bank of India New York has selected the "eGIFTS" wire transfer solution.

eGIFTS is an exciting next generation system designed to automate both the payment and message processing of a bank. eGIFTS is built upon GIFTS Software's 10+ years 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 highly scalable Windows Server family, the IBM PSeries or i5 Servers/AIX Operating System 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.

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