The Digitalisation of Bank Transactions was the Focal Point of the MultiCash Communication Day 2016

At the event in Cologne, representatives from a wide range of corporates were able to find out more about transparent payment transactions and cybercrime security measures.

The increasing digitalisation of banking services and protection from internet threats were the central topics of this year’s MultiCash Communication Day. About 100 participants from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Netherlands met for the event in the Linder Hotel City Plaza in Cologne.

How companies can optimise their international banking connections in light of the many different channels, was outlined by a company providing services to a leading DAX corporate. Which new requirements an innovative electronic banking solution should model itself on was explained by Omikron’s Gregor Opgen-Rhein. Using MultiCash Transfer as an example, Gregor explained how a well-designed solution can be extended step by step, as required, up to an international payment factory.

Carsten Jäkel, a Partner at KPMG AG responsible for finance & treasury management, took on the topic of security. In his presentation he analysed the threat through fraud and e-crime and introduced suitable preventative measures. Following this, Omikron’s Oliver Raudies provided information on the TÜV certified data security of MultiCash as well as the integrated Denied-Party-Check.

The highlight of the event was the presentation of the new generation of MultiCash Transfer: Omikron’s product manager Helmut Knester explained the new concepts and processes, and presented MultiCash Transfer 4.0 in a live demonstration. Tobias Wagner took over and introduced the latest add-ons for Bank Account Management, Bank Services Billing and optimised liquidity control, subjects which were received with great interest by the participants.

After the presentations, an informal get-together allowed the participants to exchange opinions and experiences with each other and the Omikron experts.

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