Silicon Bay has launched its Universal Translator suite to improve the process of providing payment and statement messages in a variety of international and local formats. The suite translates between differing message formats exchanged between a bank or corporation and its customer, and can be operated as a bank-based service from a central location, remote branches or from customers’ sites, according to Silicon Bay. New translation message maps can be created via the custom development environment, enabling users to achieve quick times-to-market with flexible access to multiple bank services, said the company.
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