More NewsRZB Austria Installs Global Payments’ Web-Based International Cash Management Solution

RZB Austria Installs Global Payments' Web-Based International Cash Management Solution

RZB Austria will be using iGlobal Banker, to power a new Internet Banking service for its corporate and financial institution customers. The new system, called RZB F@ST (Financial Accurate and Secure Transactioning) will be offered to banks in emerging markets which do not have SWIFT access, especially those banks in Central Eastern Europe that have been using Telex communication for bank transfers and commercial payments. The banks will be able to send Single Customer Credit Transfers, Financial Institution Transfers for their own accounts and General Financial Institution Transfers. Additional features including the Confirmation of Credit, Confirmation of Debit, Fixed Loan/Deposit Confirmation, Interim Transaction Report.

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