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What is U.S. Bank's Access Online?

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As of 2016, U.S. Bank's Online Access program is a state of the art Electronic Access System that was built to help businesses with their travel, purchasing and fleet card programs. The system is used by numerous government agencies and private corporations.

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Registered Online Access users can take advantage of a variety of functionalities, including account setup and maintenance, data exchange, transaction management and management reporting. Online Access also allows users to automate the transaction approval process and utilize accounting code violation to keep accounts as safe as possible. Payments are processed through the bank's Payment Plus system, and order management and data extracts help organizations stay on track in an organized manner.

Interested parties can find out more about Online Access by visiting the official U.S. Bank website, USBank.com, and clicking on the Institution & Government tab at the top of the home page. Click on the Cash Management tab to read about Online Access, or log into a current Online Access account to view information or make changes.

U.S. Bank operates more than 3,100 branches and more than 5,000 ATMs in 25 states, as of 2016, making it the fifth-largest bank in the United States. The financial institution offers banking, investment, mortgage, loan and other financial services to personal and commercial clients.

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