Compass Plus, a provider of electronic funds transfer and retail banking software to financial institutions, has released TranzWare Internet Banking as a gateway for consumers to conduct banking operations in a fully customizable, interactive online framework.
According to the company, the TranzWare Internet Banking interface features movable modules that enable users to customize the way they view their accounts, resulting in an application appearance and functionality controlled entirely by the user.
Through TranzWare Internet Banking, a customer or credit union member can move an active account to the top of the screen while downplaying less frequently used functions.
The customizable nature of the technology extends to the financial institution, where a bank or credit union can build an internet banking home page that suits its specific needs, modifying the functionalities provided with the software or developing and implementing their own widgets, or tools.
The system includes an extensive list of capabilities, such as banking and card account management, online payments, transfers between accounts, correspondence with the bank and applications for products and services, among many others. Features such as currency calculators and news feeds can also be implemented, according to Compass Plus.
Doug Varble, vice president for North America at Compass Plus, said: “For the first time, banks and credit unions have the ability to design their own unique internet banking system. TranzWare Internet Banking enables financial institutions to enhance the user experience by allowing account information to be displayed based on what is most important to the consumer.
“Customers and members have the opportunity to create a truly tailored banking experience, and with the growth of online financial management, the Internet banking portal has become an integral service tool.”