Pivdenny Bank has expanded the capabilities of the iFOBS program for legal entities


Bank clients can take advantage of additional features in the client banking program.

As part of the improvement of the iFOBS program for legal entities, Pivdenny Bank has implemented a number of additional modules that will help more efficiently and safely manage financial flows. A limit structure was developed for each subsidiary, which helps to ensure the necessary level of control over significant payments and provides an additional internal level of security for the company's funds, as well as a module that allows you to control financial flows, namely, to automatically manage funds and distribute them among accounts.

“We complement and develop client banking for legal entities so that our customers can cooperate with partners at a high quality level. Using our iFOBS, you can remotely monitor the status of accounts without leaving your office. Additional modules expand the opportunities for business representatives to control their significant payments. Our legal clients have once again received safety evidence of remote servicing and the quality of services provided by our bank”, – said Nina Taranenko, Director of the Small and Medium Business Department of Pivdenny Bank.

Let’s recall that iFOBS (Internet Front Office Bank System) is a multi-user client-banking software package that allows you to automate the process of receiving and transmitting financial and other documents between clients and the bank using the capabilities of Internet technology that integrates with certified information protection tools.

The list of basic operations that can be carried out in iFOBS:

  • sending client payment documents;
  • receipt of account statements at any time (for settlement, credit and deposit accounts in national and foreign currencies);
  • filling applications for the sale, purchase, currency conversion;
  • exchange of messages and files between the bank and the client;
  • the ability to see the real balance on your account, a list of documents accepted by the bank, receipts to the account, archival information and generate reports on the data received;
  • strong mutual authentication of the client and the bank using digital signatures and encryption of the transmitted data;
  • the ability to view customer reference information;
  • the ability to export and import data, both in the client-banking system, and from it to other accounting systems.

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