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White Paper Examines Australia’s New Payments Platform

Fundtech, a market leader in global transaction banking solutions, has released a white paper examining Australia’s New Payments Platform (NPP), including its strategic objectives and likely characteristics. The paper also addresses the benefits of early adoption by banks and deposit-taking institutions.

Australia’s NPP is currently scheduled to launch in mid-2017 and promises to transform the Australian payments landscape. While the NPP shares the commitment to speed, availability, and convenience common among other countries with similar immediate payment schemes in place, it also has unique characteristics and capabilities that will create specific opportunities for Australian financial institutions. Along with the core objective of enabling immediate payments, the NPP is designed to enable the evolution of future capabilities, including new data, new flows, and new customer solutions. To take advantage of this, financial institutions should begin the journey to immediate payments now, laying the necessary groundwork and examining the options available to them.

“The NPP is shaping up to be an opportunity for financial institutions to provide new, innovative, and responsive services to business and retail customers across banking segments and channels,” says David Brown, Senior Vice President of Global Payments, and co-author of this white paper. “Banks that recognize the opportunity and act early will be well-positioned to excel in the industry’s new immediate payments landscape.”

Fundtech provides immediate/faster payments capabilities as a module of its global payments solution. The solution accommodates individual and bulk domestic payments schemes whose turn-around time, from issuance of a customer’s original instruction to the bank’s final response, must happen in near real-time.

To download a complimentary copy of this Fundtech white paper, please visit: http://www.fundtech.com/library/white-papers/.

About Fundtech

Fundtech offers a comprehensive line of transaction banking solutions to banks and corporations of all sizes around the world. As a strategic supplier, Fundtech’s customers benefit from lower operating costs and an enhanced end-user experience through integrated and feature-rich solutions. The firm’s major product lines include: global and regional payments, corporate cash and liquidity management, financial messaging, electronic invoice presentment, supply chain financing, remote deposit capture, merchant services, credit card gateway and mobile banking products. Fundtech offers its software through a traditional software license and a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) contract. Thousands of financial institutions and companies worldwide rely on Fundtech’s innovation to improve operational efficiency, increase revenues, and provide greater competitiveness through business-to-business services. Founded in 1993, Fundtech was acquired in 2011 by GTCR, a Chicago-based private equity firm. For more information please visit www.fundtech.com.

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Best Practices for Banks Offering Treasury Management Systems to Corporate Customers

December 17 – Fundtech, a market leader in global transaction banking solutions, released a white paper titled “Getting it Right: Best Practices on how Banks can Enhance and Optimize End-to-End Customer Experience for Corporate Treasury.” It highlights the growing importance of customer experience for corporate treasurers, outlines benefits that can be realized by both the user and the banks providing the systems, discusses the value of effective customer segmentation strategies and lists best practices that will enable banks to improve customer experience.

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Cardlytics Releases White Paper on Benefits of Card-Linked Marketing for Banks

September 3 – Cardlytics, a leader in card-linked marketing, has released its latest white paper: “Benefits of Card-Linked Marketing: Increased Card Usage and Decreased Customer Attrition.” The white paper examines the impact of interchange fee limits on customer engagement programs, then goes on to document how the Cardlytics Card-Linked Marketing program in place at Bank of America, PNC Bank, Regions Bank and hundreds of others, has stayed attrition and increased debit and credit card use and spending.

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Bluepoint Solutions’ New Whitepaper “The True Cost of Teller Capture” Examines Total Cost of Ownership

June 6 – Bluepoint Solutions has announced the availability of a new whitepaper, “The True Cost of Teller Capture.” The whitepaper presents six key features of teller capture solutions that can substantially reduce the total cost of ownership for credit unions, and that can lead to reduction in fraud, shorter processing times, and improvements in employee productivity and member service.

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New Whitepaper Addresses the Preparation for a Data Breach

Feb. 24 – Bluepoint Solutions has released a whitepaper that explores ways in which reliance on paper-based document storage and management systems exposes credit unions and their members to the risks of data breaches, identity theft and fraud.

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Bluepoint Solutions Whitepaper Explores the Evolution of the Mobile Channel

July 30 – Bluepoint Solutions has announced the availability of a new whitepaper titled, “The Future of Mobile Banking.” The paper reflects the drastic growth that has occurred in the mobile channel in the last several years and provides financial institutions with useful information to craft an effective mobile strategy.

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Fortent issues white paper on how technology reduces AML operational costs

Mar 18 – Advanced anti-money laundering technologies can reduce the operational cost for AML programs in banks and other financial institutions by up to 40%, a new white paper from risk and compliance specialist Fortent reveals. For financial firms who adopt this technology, these savings translate directly into a higher return on systems investment – an area of top concern for the C-suite.

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