Deutsche Bank has announced it has launched two new transaction banking apps in India on the Autobahn App Market.
The Cash Manager app aids the straight-through process of payments and collections for corporates in India, including e-Tax payments. The app also has an innovative dashboard feature that combines information, enabling clients to view their account balance positions, payment statuses and key reports.
The new Securities Portfolio Manager app acts as a single access point to a large variety of reports across custody, securities clearing and fund administration. With an intuitive, flexible and user-friendly report retrieval process, Deutsche Bank’s institutional clients, such as mutual funds and insurance companies, benefit from a more efficient daily workflow.
Anjali Mohanty, Head of Global Transaction Banking – India at Deutsche Bank, said: “We are pleased to introduce the Cash Manager and Securities Portfolio Manager apps in India first. This clearly demonstrates the importance of this market to the Bank and the clients we serve globally. The Autobahn App Market has been developed by exercising great discipline leveraging synergies and best practices from across the entire organisation, and by using the valuable feedback we received from our clients. It exemplifies our client-centric product development strategy.”
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