More NewsBank of Hawaii to Implement Misys Trade Innovation and Trade Innovation e-Banking Products

Bank of Hawaii to Implement Misys Trade Innovation and Trade Innovation e-Banking Products

Bank of Hawaii Corporation is to use Misys’ Trade Innovation and Trade Innovation e-Banking products to manage the bank’s international trade finance activities. Due to go live in April 2003, the Trade Innovation implementation will support the bank’s existing international trade related business applications. Bank of Hawaii Corporation is a regional financial services company serving businesses, consumers and governments in Hawaii, American Samoa and the West Pacific. Bank of Hawaii, was founded in 1897 and is the largest independent financial institution in Hawaii. Total assets were $9.7bn at September 30, 2002. Trade Innovation has been implemented by 130 customers at 180 sites around the world.

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