CoCoNet plans to introduce a new business API (Application Programming Interface) to MULTIVERSA IFP International Finance Portal for the handling of remote payment orders
Thus CoCoNet will extend MULTIVERSA IFP by a new API. This API will enable users of customers to view, modify, cancel or authorise orders by connecting MULTIVERSA IFP with the bank's middleware systems. This means that for MULTIVERSA IFP there is no need to retrieve and store the payment files or order files from the middleware. Remotely stored orders will be remotely accessed by MULTIVERSA IFP allowing the customers to work even on very large order files in the portal channel that have been uploaded through other channels.
MULTIVERSA IFP displays the orders and contained payments on its wellknown GUI(graphical user interface). Users now can work on existing orders, e. g. cancel or authorise those, remove payments from orders or modify payments e.g. by changing the execution date depending on the specific permission profile in MULTIVERSA IFP.
The functional scope of the new business API further extends the usability of the well established ebusiness portal MULTIVERSA IFP.
The MULTIVERSA product suite consists of three main products:
- A high-end e-banking portal solution: MULTIVERSA IFP International Finance Portal - http://www.coconet.de/Products/for-banks/multiversa/multiversa-ifp/
- A web-based customer system: MULTIVERSA PBS Professional Banking System - http://www.coconet.de/Products/for-banks/multiversa/multiversa-pbs/
- A bank server: MULTIVERSA IBS International Banking System - http://www.coconet.de/Products/for-banks/multiversa/multiversa-ibs/
CoCoNet is a leading software company for ebanking solutions headquartered in Erkrath/Dusseldorf (Germany) and supplies banks and large corporations in various European countries with internationally applicable electronic banking products. These solutions cover national and international payment transactions, format conversion, professional cashmanagement, einvoicing and Trade Finance. International banks (such as Citi, Deutsche Postbank, GE Artesia Bank, HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt, ING, LBBW, Rabobank and SEB) and large corporations (ADP, Allianz, BBDO, Deutsche Telekom, Helvetia) rely on CoCoNet's ebanking customer products and banking servers.
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