Multibanking with Isabel 6 –
all your bank accounts, one platform
All your bank accounts within easy reach
Isabel 6 makes financial management of your company accounts a lot simpler. Just one login gives you access to all your accounts at more than 25 banks with a consolidated overview, extensive search functions, and reporting options.
You can now carry out all your transactions, from simple SEPA transfers to the most complex international payments, via the same user-friendly interface of Isabel 6.
The 3 advantages of Multibanking
Always maintain an overview
Thanks to Isabel 6, you always have a comprehensive overview on your PC or Mac. With our mobile app, you can also easily access all your company accounts at multiple banks.
Compatible with specific banking applications
If you need access to a specific banking environment, Isabel 6 will link you quickly and easily via your bank’s logo in the main screen.
A wide range of payment options
Isabel 6 covers all your payment needs from simple to extremely complex transactions, including single or grouped payments, payment files, SEPA and international transfers, and direct debits.
billion transactions are handled each year
by the Isabel 6 platform
Isabel customers work with multiple banks so that they can access the best services, products and advice, on the best terms. Working with multiple banks also reduces the business risk of difficulties suddenly cropping up on the banking or financial markets as the result of political or economic instability.
Isabel 6 gives you a consolidated overview of all your bank accounts with all your banks – at a glance. You log in just once, there’s only one interface and it’s the same way of making payments for all your accounts, generating reports and retrieving transactions. With one aim in mind: working efficiently.
Isabel 6 is used by more than 50,000 organisations in the private and public sector. Not all of them are in the top 30,000, of course! Isabel 6 is used by SMEs, large companies and professionals – as well as by schools, non-profit organisations, local authorities and PSACs.