Net Solving, an IT company specialising in middleware applications dedicated to the banking market in the area of payments and access systems to the SwiftNet, has been awarded by SWIFT with the SWIFTReady single euro payments area (SEPA) 2009 certification for its product ANè4SEPA.
The achievement of the full compliance with the 2009 criteria for the SWIFTReady SEPA label is a significant outcome also in relation to the imminent launch of the new SEPA Direct Debit (SDD) services.
Andrea Bianchi, chief executive and founder of Net Solving, said: “This significant result recompenses our efforts to provide the banks with solutions on payments that are always aligned to the most updated market standards. The SWIFT certification, in conjunction with the successful completion of the EBA Step2 Direct Debit scripted tests performed by our clients through our ANè platform, clearly proves that our solution for managing the SEPA Direct Debit is highly reliable and ready for going live on 1 November 2009.”
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