Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: TechnologyOracle's FLEXCUBE Universal Banking 12.0 is certified to be compliant with the SWIFT interbank payments standards.
Written by: Beverley Head | Published in: DevelopmentThe core banking platform developed by Oracle in association with NAB, and being used at NAB’s online subsidiary UBank, is now on sale generally. Oracle has also signalled that the system has been developed with cloud computing in mind.
Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: SecurityA service provider has warned of the dangers of providing Internet banking credentials to an intermediary in order to gain the convenience of having bank transactions automatically loaded into an accounting program.
Featured | Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: MarketThe St George Bank says it is seeing an “unprecedented demand” from its customers wanting to do as much of their banking as possible on their smartphones, and that more than 60,000 of its 400,000 mobile banking customers are already only using their smartphone to do their banking.
Swift Linux 0.0.3 is now available at http://www.swiftlinux.org . Swift Linux is based on the full version of antiX Linux for the 686 processor. Swift Linux is a very lightweight AND user-friendly distro that uses the large Debian repository. Other distros can compete with Swift Linux on one or even two of these criteria, but NONE can compete with Swift Linux on all three.
The NSA has been widely monitoring international banking and credit card transactions, a new report says referencing Edward Snowdens leak. The agency targeted Visa customers and global financial service SWIFT and created its own money flows database.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: MarketThe St George Banking Group has unveiled its latest innovations in mobile banking services with the launch of new features to its mobile banking app and online banking services which it says now allows customers to open a savings or transaction account via their smartphone in just 60 seconds and start using the account immediately.