Xtensifi Releases Online Cash Management Data Migration Tool

//Xtensifi Releases Online Cash Management Data Migration Tool

Xtensifi, a digital consulting firm that enables financial institutions to create and execute their mobile and online strategies, announced the release of a data migration tool designed specifically for financial institutions migrating between online cash management applications.

For banks migrating off one vendor and onto another, Xtensifi’s migration tool enables those institutions to quickly transfer data to a new storage array without disrupting their flow of business. The solution also enables users to conduct an analysis and verification of their data both before and after the migration, and supports the integration of additional disparate technology solutions that are in use by the institution.

“Our migration tool simplifies the way data is transferred, taking into consideration the complexity of entitlements, payment templates and instructions found within online cash management software,” said George Kelley, CEO of Xtensifi. “The tool’s configurability meets a growing demand for a proven solution that can quickly and thoroughly complete large-scale data migrations from one system to another.”


About Xtensifi

Xtensifi, formerly known as Mobile Strategy Partners (MSP), is a specialized digital consulting and development firm that works with banks, credit unions, insurers, fintech providers and other financial organizations of all sizes. Since 2009, the company has provided extensive strategy and execution work that has resulted in dramatically improved digital experiences and award winning solutions being created and offered by our clients. The team’s expertise includes the creation of advanced digital platforms, simplified integration frameworks, digital reference architectures, moving complex technology environments to Amazon Web Services (AWS Cloud), implementing real-time payment systems, ensuring banking compliance and migrating from legacy platforms. To learn more about Xtensifi, visit www.xtensifi.com.

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