Mumbai, Sep 24 (UNI) HDFC Bank, one of India's premier banks, has joined forces with SAP to provide its customers a seamless connect to the Bank's network through ENetTM.
HDFC Bank will leverage on the SAP NetWeaverTM services to connect to customers running SAP ERP solutions, via ENet, HDFC Bank's leading online banking platform, the bank said in a release here.
ENet is an Internet-based, multi-services delivery platform widely used by large corporations for its ability to provide secure access and integrated transaction capabilities. With ENet, the bank's corporate customers gain a real-time&seamless access to the bank's Electronic Banking Services, across geographies. This collaboration with SAP will extend a richer ENet service to all its customers running SAP ERP.
Commenting on this collaboration, Mr Anil Jaggia, Chief Information Officer, HDFC Bank said, ''Right from inception, we have strived to keep our technology infrastructure flexible to serve multiple delivery channels for different customers. This partnership with SAP is a demonstration of this belief. We can now provide our customers off-the-shelf standard integration capabilities, certified by SAP, which provide seamless access to an open architecture platform to adapt and support a variety of industry standard ERP solutions. This will enable us to offer end-to-end solutions in the accounts receivables and payment management domain and lead to increased productivity, transparency, and effective controls for our clients.'' Powered by SAP NetWeaverTM, corporate banking services from SAP incorporates easy-to-use, open standards and interoperable processes across existing enterprise applications, HDFC Bank has created opportunities for HDFC Bank customers to transact and manage their wholesale banking services on a single platform, while bridging the gap for those deterred by platform integration issues at the same time. The solution allows HDFC Bank customers to seamlessly access ENet through secure connections using XML, and also extends the same banking services to wholesale customers, whether they are running on Microsoft NET, Java EE, IBM WebSphere, UNIX or Linux platforms. In addition, the bank can now provide enhanced host to host connectivity for corporate banking services and reduce the challenges in the areas of customer on-boarding while reducing manual processing and risk.
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