The Core Banking System by Panamax efficiently executes common banking transactions such as credit processing, loans, standing instructions, deposits and much more. It empowers end customers to have better control over their accounts, while ensuring safe, secure and convenient transactions. Our digital Core Banking System also addresses the issue of geo-specific transactions, giving customers the freedom to carry out banking activities remotely. Besides simplifying various banking processes, it allows BFSI industry to accelerate financial inclusions in remote areas.
- Improves everyday financial transactions
- Eliminates the scope of errors
- Remote access to commonly-used banking services
- Omni-channel support
Core Banking System?
The CASA module of our Core Banking System supports multiple accounts including savings, current, recurring and overdraft. The system featuring account analysis capability and specified controls, provides facilities such as flexible service charges and fee options, a variety of interest accrual and payment methods, credit or debit interest on balances, cash management, standing instructions and fund transfers.
Standing Instructions (SI), a highly essential banking service, refers to customer orders for scheduling regular transactions. Our Core Banking System effectively automates the processes of payments, collections, account-to-account sweeps (sweep-in and sweep–out) as well as variable payments among other things.
The Core Banking System processes various operations like term deposits, account opening, redemption, renewal, interest and maturity processing. The types of term deposits handled by the system include cumulative deposits, non-cumulative deposits, deposit certificates, denominated deposits. The deposit can also act as collateral for an OD facility, enabling the placement of liens against loans and mortgages. The system can be used for maintaining multiple streams of deposits with different amounts and different maturity characteristics under a single customer account. This makes it possible to ‘top off’ a deposit during its tenure.
Enterprise-class n-tier architectures are designed with interoperability in mind. J2EE application servers and similar middleware act as a bridge for linking diverse systems in a heterogeneous environment through standards such as Web Services, CORBA and JMS. Standards-based interoperability empowers you to orchestrate seamless integration between your web application and legacy systems, as well as the customer, partner and supplier systems. The Core Banking System ensures that your application interoperates with nearly any system your company needs to add in the future.
The Document Management option provides the ability to place key documents online for review by staff or clients as necessary. It offers a centralized secure document repository, allows scanning from any Twain-compliant scanner, and facilitates reviewing on back-office workstations and client browsers with necessary permissions.