Fraud.net vs Omnichannel Digital Banking Platform

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Enterprise digital risk management platform that drives savings through fraud mitigation, cloud migration, and customized digitization. Mid-market companies can access free tools and capabilities.

Our Omni Channel Banking platform has helped banks and financial institutions in delivering seamless digital experiences across devices to their customers.

Rating


5 / 5
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4.6 / 5
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Ideal number of Users

1 - 1000+

1000+

Ease of Use


5 / 5

4.7 / 5

Customer Support


5 / 5

4.4 / 5

Features & Functionality


5 / 5

4.7 / 5

Value for Money


5 / 5

4.7 / 5

Product Features

  • check ATM Management
  • close Compliance Tracking
  • close Corporate Banking
  • check Credit Card Management
  • close Investment Banking
  • check Multi-Branch
  • check Online Banking
  • close Private Banking
  • close Retail Banking
  • check Risk Management
  • close Securities Management
  • check Transaction Monitoring
  • close ATM Management
  • close Compliance Tracking
  • check Corporate Banking
  • close Credit Card Management
  • check Investment Banking
  • close Multi-Branch
  • check Online Banking
  • check Private Banking
  • check Retail Banking
  • close Risk Management
  • close Securities Management
  • check Transaction Monitoring

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Platform

Web/Installed

Mobile

Web/Installed

Mobile

Support

  • 24/7 (Live Rep)
  • Business Hours
  • Online
  • 24/7 (Live Rep)
  • Business Hours
  • Online

Training

  • check In Person
  • check Live Online
  • check Webinars
  • check Documentation
  • close In Person
  • check Live Online
  • close Webinars
  • check Documentation

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