New in October: Jack Henry Vendor Integration, New Banks on Treasury Prime Network, and More

A highlight reel of the latest and greatest at Treasury Prime.
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Andy Larkins
Product Marketing Manager
October 11, 2022
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We’re kicking off autumn with the announcement of several exciting new partnerships and additional updates to our Developer Dashboard.

Jack Henry Vendor Integration Program

We’re pleased to announce our acceptance into the Jack Henry Vendor Integration Program. This milestone enables rapid implementation of our technology for all banks on the Jack Henry Silverlake core, which allows them to be onboarded and fully integrated in just a few weeks. These banks can quickly reap the benefits of offering embedded finance to fintechs and enterprise clients. 

New Banks on the Treasury Prime Network

Alongside our acceptance into the Jack Henry Vendor Integration Program, we are also pleased to announce several additions to our bank network. First is FB Financial Corp, also known as FirstBank, a Tennessee-based financial institution with more than $12.7 billion in assets. They’re amongst the first few financial institutions on a Jack Henry core to leverage our technology. 

In addition to FirstBank, we are also partnering with Bangor Savings Bank, a Maine-based community bank with more than $7 billion in assets. As another Jack Henry core bank, Bangor Savings Bank will take advantage of our streamlined onboarding and implementation process so we can help them quickly and cost-effectively grow their deposits and meet the needs of their customers.

Book Transfer Pages in the Developer Dashboard

Book transfer pages are now available in the Developer Dashboard for fintechs to view and manage book transfers directly in the user interface. Similar to other payment pages, users will be able to view a list of all book transfers in their organization, as well as expand each record to view information pertinent to each transfer. Unlike other payment rails, book transfers are unable to be canceled in the dashboard because they’re instantaneous.

Search in the Developer Dashboard

We continue to enhance functionality of our Developer Dashboard with upgraded search capabilities. Now, fintechs can search across API objects as well as our developer docs (API reference & guides). Users can toggle between viewing search results for platform data and API documentation by using the tabs in the open search box. Searchable API objects include:

  • ACH
  • Wires
  • Book Transfers

This update also adds a repository of recent searches directly in the search bar to make it easy to look back.

Upcoming Improvement: the ability to search by accounts.

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.

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