Payments Services Hub (PSH) is a force multiplier for payment processing, pre-processing and orchestration. It offers advanced cash management for corporate banking through the loosely coupled, workflow-connected channel aggregation and orchestration, end-to-end payment processing and format conversion on a digital portal. Leveraging the power of contextual, PSH enables routing of payments through the best possible rails, based on customer preferences, preset parameters and a host of other contextual cues.
Unified Payments optimises interactions and makes them business aware with:
A unified Payments wizard that calculates, and recommends clear and optimised banking transaction choices, based on business data. Real-time, 24×7, end-to-end orchestration and life cycle management solution for enterprise-wide payment flows. Seamless integration to stand-alone product engines – Liquidity Management, Supply Chain Finance, AR/AP and Virtual Accounts.
Overlay and pre-processing optimises payment executions through:
Payment execution options analysed and rated for speed, risk, legality, value and cost. Centralised processing for payment capture and end-to-end visibility of all transactions throughout.
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SVP & Head of Global Transaction Banking, CIBC
CIBC is focused on innovation that makes a difference for our clients and leveraging iGTB's payments platform enhances our ability to deliver new capabilities, support emerging technologies such as blockchain, and positions us well to lead in the rapidly evolving payments market in Canada and the United States as they move towards real time payments.
Senior Vice President and Director of Payment Products, Fifth Third Bank
We believe this collaboration with iGTB on digital projects will help us deepen our relationship with existing customers and acquire new ones.
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