E-banking portals need upgrade to web 2.0

Important e-banking functions are often buried beneath dated web interfaces.

E-banking portals are a critical part of a corporate treasurer's toolkit. These comprehensive platforms often combine cash management, trade finance and securities services functions into a single engine empowering users to do more from their desktops.

Over the past decade, banks have continually acknowledged customer demands for web-based products by developing ever more capable e-banking portals. For example, Standard Chartered Bank launched its first electronic host-to-host connection with clients in 1998, added product-specific web portals in 2002, and created a...

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