Payments

Executing multiple payments can be a hassle. Multiple tokens, identifiers, and other banking tools. What about all the paperwork? Next to that, you want to make sure the beneficiaries are genuine. And yes – that can be challenging.

But you can easily overcome these challenges. We’ll explain it to you step-by-step.

Our solution: Step-by-step

01

Cash management

Step 1

02

Payment scheduling

Step 2

03

Counterparty screening

Step 3

04

Authorization

Step 4

Step 1

Cash management

With a single log in, you have access to all of the bank accounts.

 

Check your cash balance from different accounts within one application.

We make budget checking work with...

One platform

One platform

One overview

One overview

Block chain functionalities

Block chain functionalities

Step 2

Payment scheduling

After logging in, you can easily initiate multiple payments from all your accounts,  and from different banks.

 

 

We make cash management work with...

SWIFT & multibank connectivity

SWIFT & multibank connectivity

Standard procedure

Standard procedure

Transaction scheduling

Transaction scheduling

Step 3

Counterparty screening

Once the details of the beneficiary are known, you want to run a check to make sure they’re not blacklisted.

 

Easy peasy… your counterparties are automatically screened, and you don’t need to do anything.

We make processing work with...

Clear processes

Clear processes

Screening

Screening

Step 4

Authorization

Your transactions are ready and need authorization in order to be sent.

 

All your transactions are lined up and now can be executed.

We make authorization work for you with...

User management

User management

Release payments with app

Release payments with app

Approval workflow

Approval workflow

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