unblu receives European patent protection for 3rd generation co-browsing technology

unblu, the leading live engagement suite vendor for financial services, announced today that the EPO granted them a patent for their secure embedded co-browsing technology. The patent is listed under publication number EP 2171582 A1 and is named "Remotely controlling a browser program".

While unblu's patent has long since been filed and granted in the USA, European patent protection standards tend to be more stringent, which only adds to the company's excitement at receiving this official recognition.

The European patent serves to strengthen our reputation for developing the safest and most advanced co-browsing technology available for the financial sectorsaid Luc Haldimann, CEO of unblu.

Live engagement has become an essential part of any digital transformation strategy in financial institutions today. It enables banks to increase their sales and maintain and improve the personal relationships they have with their customers, while decreasing costs and even closing high street branches. unblu is at the forefront of this development, enabling its banking customers and partners to transform the future of online banking.

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