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eFunds DataNavigator made available for Windows Platform

Friday 25 June 2004 15:03 CET | News

eFunds DataNavigator software suite is now available on the Microsoft Windows operating system. DataNavigator streamlines back office and customer service functions by consolidating all ATM and POS data into one repository, giving customers a single point of control via a graphical user interface (GUI) or Web browser for all payment transaction data. With new business challenges emerging at an ever-growing rate, EFT providers must look for solutions that let them manage system growth and dependencies, consolidate data, reduce internal costs and improve overall customer satisfaction. The DataNavigator software solution helps providers overcome these hurdles, recognize greater efficiencies, improve customer service, thus resulting in higher revenues. Key DataNavigator software features include: - Transaction Research: Allows for real time information gathering for improved customer service by building queries that can be simple or complex, depending on your business needs. - Exception Management Services: Simplifies the full exception handling lifecycle for pinned and signature transactions. Powerful rules editor that maintains network and customized rules and reduces compliance implementation. - Device Services: Provides instant access to key information pertaining to the status and history of devices, as well as information on device cash balances, verification of envelope deposit transactions and ATM balancing. - Financial Settlement: Online application for funds movement and totaling at any time. Totals can be obtained at multiple levels and final net settlement positions are available within minutes after the end of a business day. eFunds DataNavigator software is used by more than 2000 financial institutions worldwide.

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