P&H touts Web Cash Manager interface platform
18 January 2006 | 2163 views | 0
Source: P&H Solutions
P&H Solutions, the leader in providing business banking solutions to financial institutions throughout North America, continues to make significant investment in its ability to simplify host system integration.
With over 150 systems installed at financial institutions of all sizes, P&H has developed a robust library of interfaces to systems of all types, including DDA, wire transfer, reconciliation, and imaging. Having this extensive library, coupled with P&H's industry-leading implementation methodologies, adaptive interface process, and experienced personnel, virtually ensures that installations of new systems will be done on time and on budget.
"Our implementation resources are second to none," said Ralph Dangelmaier, President of P&H Solutions. "We have made a significant investment in building a proprietary Workbook Methodology that streamlines the development of interfaces to our Web Cash Manager Suite. Our extensive experience in connecting to systems of all types really gives us an edge over the competition and gives our customers the confidence that Web Cash Manager will integrate easily into their operating environment."
"P&H can quickly and efficiently integrate Web Cash Manager with existing back office systems," said Terry Monteith, SVP Product for P&H Solutions. "Our dynamic interface platform, wcmHostLink, includes numerous interfaces for the most common back office systems as well as custom interfaces. In addition, wcmHostLink allows clients to seamlessly upgrade to new releases of Web Cash Manager without recoding or reconfiguring interfaces. This advanced interface solution allows clients to support new market strategies with minimal cost and implementation time."
P&H currently has interfaces to multiple back office systems including those from Fiserv, Metavante, Hogan, and Fidelity companies; real-time wire systems such as IntraNet, Fundtech, BESS, BISYS, and BankServ; imaging systems including AFS Image Depot, BISYS, NCR, Mobius, and Check Solutions; and reconciliation systems from SMS, Fiserv, and Metavante