Indus Direct

    “Indus DIRECT” is IndusInd Bank’s integrated Electronic Payments Platform through which next-generation payment innovations can be made available to its corporate customers. The thrust is on enhancing a customer’s banking experience by shifting controls into the hands of the customer, enabling the participation of all members leading to a Community Banking, setting up an environment of transparency and access to information and resources, and creating an online platform that is responsive enough to meet ever changing customer needs.

    “Indus DIRECT” is designed to suit the requirements of Corporate treasurers by providing secure and efficient transmission of a high volume of payment transactions through an online channel further complemented by offering convenience and flexibility to enquire online account balances and detailed account statements. “Indus DIRECT” platform is secured using the popular 256-bit SSL security infrastructure widely used across the world in securing e-Commerce transactions. This security framework is designed to be on a constant vigil against various online menaces.

    Features & Benefits

  • Anytime, anywhere access from Internet
  • Supports Maker/ Checker framework
  • Allows for implementation of multi-layered authorisation matrices
  • Facilitates both single and bulk fund transfer modes
  • Online account balances can be enquired for operating INR accounts
  • Online detailed account statements can be downloaded in a variety of formats.
  • Fund transfers are supported in following payment modes:
  • RTGS fund transfers
  • NEFT fund transfers
  • Fund transfers within IndusInd Bank
  • Corporate Cheque request
  • Demand draft request

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