ATLANTA- HomeCom Communi-cations, a provider of Internet software solutions for financials, announced that its Personal Internet Banker (PIB) solution has been upgraded to include several new online banking functions. The new version, 3.0, includes the following new functions: recurring transfers and payments, check imaging, check stop payments and e-mail notifications. "We listened to our customers needs about what transactions are most widely asked for [and used] in an Internet banking application and included those in PIB version 3.0. We want to make PIB the most complete Internet banking application on the market," said Ken Bozzi, HomeCom's vice president. Solidarity Federal Credit Union, Kokomo, Indiana will officially launch its Internet banking site, HomeCourt Advantage, with the new PIB version as the backbone.
HomeCom releases Version 3.0 of Personal Internet Banker
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