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EuroFinance 2011: CoCoNet presents new mobile applications for iPad, iPhone & Co. - "Mobiles e-Banking a major trend in corporate"

New mobile financial applications with latest security methods enable financial managers in banks and corporations into true mobility. The German provider of tailored software solutions CoCoNet pushes this trend now with several new apps and mobile banking solutions.

CoCoNet’s new mobile multi-bank application MULTIVERSA MBS offers financial managers a mobile dashboard focussing on electronic banking by aggregating most important financial information – especially for a cumulative multi-bank view on accounts and signing payments. Using the advantages of tabletPCs the application provides future oriented user experience and can be easily configured for individual views and uses.

MULTIVERSA MBS enables the secure mobile approval of payments or payment files, and provides the current overview of account balances, transactions and intraday reports. The MULTIVERSA MBS system is connected directly to the data base of CoCoNet’s international finance portal MULTIVERSA IFP and – based on the EBICS standards – to any accounts and any banks.

Besides the MULTIVERSA MBS application for tabletPC CoCoNet offers two apps for iPhone, Blackberry or Android smartphones: the MULTIVERSA EBICS App and the MULTIVERSA IFP App, both enabling flexible, mobile access to corporate accounts – one via EBICS standard and the other via CoCoNet’s multi-bank portal MULTIVERSA IFP. The security for both was confirmed by the German TÜV Rheinland.

The multi-bank portal MULTIVERSA IFP is CoCoNet’s innovative e-banking solution for corporate customers providing centralised processing of company-wide, local and international payment transactions. In the new version 3.0 CoCoNet presents an enhanced graphical user interface (GUI) which redefines the meaning of usability of corporate e-banking solutions.