Clairmail releases new mobile banking and payments application

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by CBR Staff Writer| 09 April 2012

Clairmail Plus is designed to meet Financial Instiitutions' business goals and available IT resources

Mobile banking and payment applications firm Clairmail has released Clairmail Plus, an application designed to help mid-tier regional banks, community banks and credit unions to offer mobile banking and payments applications to the customers and members.

The new application is built on Clairmail's enterprise-class mobile platform and will help customers access to Clairmail's platform via an affordable application configured to meet Financial Instiitutions' (FI's) business goals and available IT resources.

The new release will offers a full set of key mobile features, including SMS, mobile Web, and mobile application support for the iOS, Android and BlackBerry operating systems.

It also utilises specific mobile device and RSA security standards to authenticate and serve any bank customer or credit union member.

Clairmail's proactive alerts engine and Mobile Remote Deposit Capture technology for checks are both bolted on to the base deployment of Clairmail Plus.

The new release will enable its customers to minimise the impact on IT resources, avoid complex integration issues and deliver future-proof against new deployments.

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