CashEdge Has Been Awarded Patent For Multiple Trust Modes For Handling Data
CashEdge, Inc., today announced the issuance of U.S. Patent number 7,203,845, “Multiple Trust Modes for Handling Data.” The technology allows financial institution customers to control the degree to which their user credentials may be stored and accessed when utilizing CashEdge’s data aggregation service.
Issued on April 10th, the U.S. patent describes the Company’s financial analysis system for collecting and storing consumer account information based on one of three user-selected modes: automatic, on-demand, or manual.
The highest trust mode, automatic, enables CashEdge to store credentials and independently access and update the user’s account. On-demand mode enables CashEdge to store credentials, but only to access and update the account when prompted by the user. Finally, manual mode only stores the log-in i.d. but not the password, which must be presented by the user at the beginning of each session.
“We are very pleased to have been awarded a patent for multiple trust modes for handling data. This is a distinguishing component that sets CashEdge apart from other providers of online financial solutions who only offer high-trust mode,” said CashEdge Vice President of Marketing Jeremy Sokolic. “Our technology gives consumers a way to comfortably ease into aggregation, without surrendering password information upon account set-up. Furthermore, it allows users to change their trust mode at any time if their comfort level and desire for a more convenient automated user experience increases.”
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