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CoCoNet launches iPhone app

01 October 2010  |  3737 views  |  0 Source: CoCoNet

Banks see an increasing demand from corporate customers for a mobile access to their accounts, from anywhere and at any time. For this reason CoCoNet launches the new iPhone app as an extension to the corporate e-banking portal Multiversa IFP.

Authorising payments and keeping track of movements on balances at any time is a challenge for many managers. Now CoCoNet's MULTIVERSA IFP App makes it very easy to keep up to date on balances and transactions on corporate accounts, sign or co-sign payments to be sent as well as entering and sending single payments.

The new e-banking iPhone app is an extension for CoCoNet's e-banking portal MULTIVERSA IFP. Using a mobile channel for corporate e-banking requires at least the same level of security as the current internet-based solution. Thus the MULTIVERSA IFP App comes with a security solution using the highest and most modern security methods.

With the new mobile banking application for the international finance portal MULTIVERSA IFP CoCoNet meets the highest usability and security requirements from corporate banking customers.

 

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