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Harland increases clients in mobile Internet banking
LAKE MARY, Fla. (3/9/10)--Harland Financial Solutions announced that it signed more than 120 new Cavion Internet banking clients in 2009, surpassing its record set the year before. It was the third straight year of 100-plus sales for the solution. Harland also announced that it has surpassed 100 Cavion Mobile Banking Professional clients since the product’s release in 2008. The application provides financial institutions an alternate delivery channel to offer consumers via core system integration. It allows consumers to conduct banking transactions like account transfers and bill payment, and to view balances and cleared check images in real time from a secure interface. Financial institutions also can offer text message-based mobile banking through Cavion Mobile Banking SMS. Harland offers electronic banking services, including Internet banking, business banking, voice banking, mobile banking, website development and hosting, and Internet bill pay. One credit union that selected Cavion for its Internet banking is XCEL FCU, Secaucus, N.J. Michael Mahiya, vice president and chief information officer, said there would be no interruption in its bill pay service while Cavion is implemented. The credit union also plans to roll out Cavion Mobile Banking Professional.


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