New in August: Product Roadmap, Developer Dashboard Additions, and More
As summer rolls to an end, we continue to make strides on many features that are part of our product roadmap, which is now publicly available for you to view. We released an updated debit card dispute process, new pages in our Developer Dashboard, outgoing wire simulations in our Sandbox, an improved statement design and configuration options and /routing_number updates.
We’re excited to announce the launch of our product roadmap where you can review what features and products we have planned, in-progress, and recently shipped. Take a peek to learn more about what the team is working on.
Updated Debit Card Transaction Dispute Process
We’ve made improvements to our debit card transaction dispute process. You can now submit debit card disputes on behalf of your end-users directly on the Treasury Prime website. This new form helps simplify the dispute submission process to help your team focus on what really matters — your end-users.
Wire Pages and Team Management in Developer Dashboard
To continue building out our developer dashboard experience, we added Wire Pages and Team Management to the platform. Our new wire pages display wire transactions that originated using the Treasury Prime API. Other features include a filterable list of all wire transactions, wire transaction details (amount, originating account information, counterparty information, wire ID & other metadata), and the ability to cancel pending wire transfers, which is particularly helpful while testing. Reminder: Wire transfers are processed within minutes, so it is unlikely that you’ll be able to cancel in production.
Team Management allows admins to invite new users to their organization, manage existing users, and set user roles (admin or viewer). Admins can access Team Management by clicking their initials in the top-right corner of the Developer Dashboard. Log in to check it out.
Outgoing Wire Simulations in Sandbox
Outgoing wire simulations in Sandbox allow for more accurate testing of how wire transfers are originated, processed, and settled on the Treasury Prime ledger. Developers can better understand the full flow of funds and prevent errors by manually triggering an outgoing wire into various states that may arise in the course of production money movement.
End-User Statement Enhancements
Our automated end-user statement endpoint has been updated to bring additional customization and an improved design. Now, you can use the /statement_config endpoint to add your logo and customer support information all while leveraging a more customer-centric design.
Routing Number Endpoint Update
The biggest change to our /routing_number endpoint is a refresh to the underlying database. In addition to FedWire participants, FedACH participants are now included, giving you the option to filter by ACH or Wire via the endpoint.
For more information about how to best use these new features, please reach out to your customer success manager to learn more. Want to get more updates like this one delivered directly to your inbox? Be sure to subscribe to our newsletter.