Apr 19, 2013
New Jersey, April 16th 2013 - Fundtech, a market leader in global transaction banking solutions, today announced that QCR Holdings, Inc., a multi-bank holding company headquartered in Moline, Illinois, has signed on as the most recent customer for CASHplus® with SmartNav™. Fundtech’s CASHplus with SmartNav, a solution specifically designed for U.S. regional and national banks, goes beyond traditional dashboards to offer a personalised and predictive user experience.
Using CASHplus with SmartNav, corporations can personalise their preferences, workflow and dashboards. Users have the ability to make any type of payment and access any type of data including bank information and alerts, account information, external news and customer data, from anywhere in the application, allowing them to save time and be more productive. Using the solution, QCR will benefit from a turnkey solution that centralises and consolidates the bank’s cash management business on a single platform.
According to Michael Wyffels, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at QCR, “Fundtech’s years of experience in cash management and innovative solutions stood out among other vendors. In offering essential functionality with a focus on the personalised user experience, CASHplus will help us to offer a unique and improved service to our customers. In doing so, we are confident that our offering will appeal to a whole new set of customers and will ultimately help us to grow our business.”
Mary Ellen Putnam, Executive Vice President of Fundtech, explains, “Banks that have been trying to run cash management businesses with legacy solutions are now realising that if they are to remain competitive, it is imperative that they provide intuitive, online solutions that offer a superior user experience. As the leader in cash management, Fundtech is delighted to be working with QCR to help the firm achieve its strategic cash management objectives.”
Highly scalable, CASHplus can be run in-house or through Fundtech’s service bureau, delivered as software as a service (SaaS) which enables companies to reduce hardware, software and human resource requirements.
Re-disseminated by The Asian Banker