Of corporate banks say that integration is the single biggest obstacle to achieving their customer experience goals
Corporate treasurers are demanding better payments services. They want banks to process their quickly and efficiently, in their preferred formats. They need better straight-through processing and API connectivity from their ERP systems. And they seek a consistent experience, whatever the payment source or destination.
Most banks can’t deliver. The biggest barrier to effective corporate onboarding is dealing with proprietary payment and statement format requirements, and delivering an integrated customer experience across payment types and channels.
VolPay Corporate To Bank Automation allows banks to handle complex corporate payment file requirements without custom development, automating the payables process and speeding onboarding. Real-time, cloud-native, API-enabled, and ISO 20022 ready, VolPay is the answer to a healthier corporate payments business.
Read this briefing from Aite to learn how banks can improve their corporate business
This Finextra panel discussion, featuring BNY Mellon, Silicon Valley Bank UK, and Volante Technologies, explores:
A solution for rapidly accommodating corporate payment files and acknowledgement formats of all kinds, without custom development. Powered by hundreds of inbuilt libraries and APIs to ensure a consistent corporate customer experience across all payment types and channels.
Volante offers interoperable, extensible solutions for a variety of payments needs, all composed of business services from the VolPay ecosystem.
Onboard corporate customers faster and win new corporate clients by automating corporate to bank connectivity
Modernize your payments infrastructure without replacing legacy payment systems
Unify all your payment processing and orchestration functions in a single service ecosystem
Expand your service portfolio with next-generation cross-border payments like SWIFT gpi, Ripple and more
Move from paper to digital by allowing corporations to pay any beneficiary, the way they want to be paid