For electronic payment operations for legal entities, Crédit Agricole Serbia offers two program solutions:
Advantages of electronic banking:
With electronic banking solutions of Crédit Agricole Serbia, you can manage your assets in a more efficient and economic way with numerous advantages, as follows:
Additional e-bank services:
All Bank clients not using e-bank solutions can benefit from additional e-banking services:
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Halcom e-bank is a multibank application – you can use one application and one smart card to monitor your business operations in all Banks using the Halcom solution, where you have an open account. Depending on the needs of the legal entity and specificities of its information system, the following versions are available:
Enables direct exchange of documents between an enterprise’s information system (ERP) and the Bank’s information system for payment operations in the country and abroad without manual operation. Payment orders are prepared, verified and approved within the enterprise’s information system (e.g. SAP, Navision, BAAN etc.) and sent directly to the Bank. Every change in the bank is directly forwarded to the company’s information system, thus enabling an up-to-date and simple presentation of the client’s assets.
Office Banking application provides:
Depending on the business needs of a legal entity and specificities of its information system, two versions are available:
Office Banking application is a new-generation offline application, functionally focused on the client. Orders are created in offline mode, but Internet connection (online mode) is necessary during data exchange with the Bank (synchronization). There is a possibility of auto-synchronization (automatic transmission of information on account balance and transactions from the Bank to the User). During synchronization, the users download Bank account data, as well as statuses of sent payment orders in real time. Through Office Banking application, it is also possible to send the necessary documentation to the Bank together with a foreign-currency payment order directed abroad.