ORCC Introduces Architect Banking 2.0
ORCC Introduces Architect Banking 2.0
- Latest version of digital banking solution features updated user experience, value-added services -
WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Online Resources Corporation
With Architect 2.0, financial institutions can now offer greater value to their customers through a differentiated digital channel experience. The new version of ORCC's digital banking solution features enhancements to user personalization that allow users to more easily organize information relevant to their specific needs and to customize pages.
Architect 2.0 enables financial institutions to segment customer bases with unique themes designed specifically for kids, Gen Y, Gen X, Boomers, seniors, business users, or even mobile users. Institutions' internal administration and IT staff can define the look and feel of their Internet channel using tools available within Architect, or create custom themes using ORCC Professional Services.
Institutions can now also provide customers with targeted, statement rewards and money-saving recommendations, transforming Architect online transaction history pages into interactive loyalty and rewards tools that not only create revenue opportunities and foster higher customer lifetime value, but also deliver significant value to customers. Users are presented reward offers, such as e-gift cards, cash back rewards, and coupons, within their transaction history and can redeem their reward offers while in their online banking session.
One of Architect 2.0's most innovative features is integrated bill payment personalization. This feature empowers users to personalize their experience with drag and drop modules within the bill payment page and organize information based on personal preferences. Customers can also manage payee listings and display only those payees that are relevant. Furthermore, eBill delivery is available, making it easy for customers to see and pay their bills from a convenient landing page. Customers also have recurring payment options to help automate the payment process as well as choices for transaction history display and content.
"Today's digital banking consumer not only demands a best-in-class user experience, but one that adapts to his or her personal preferences," said Janie West, chief marketing officer of ORCC. "With the capability to deliver unique themes by customer segment as well as new and innovative services such as targeted rewards, Architect 2.0 gives financial institutions the needed edge to deliver a unique experience to their customers."
About Online Resources Corporation
Online Resources Corporation (NAS: ORCC) powers financial interactions between millions of consumers and the company's financial institution and biller clients. Backed by its proprietary payments gateway that links banks directly with billers, the company provides web and phone-based financial services, electronic payments, and marketing services to drive consumer adoption. Founded in 1989, ORCC is the largest financial technology provider dedicated to the online channel. For more information, visit www.orcc.com.
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