Misys has won three separate SWIFTReady accreditations for its transaction banking solutions.
Misys Message Manager has again passed the strict tests required to gain the SWIFTReady Financial EAI label 2009. Misys TI Plus, the trade finance processing system, has gained the new Trade Finance SWIFTReady label. Misys Trade Portal, the e-banking solution, was the first in the market to obtain the SWIFTReady Trade Services Utility (TSU) label upon its launch and it was further enhanced this year with the new financial supply chain service offering made available by the Release 2 of TSU.
Patrik Neutjens, head of partner management, SWIFT, said: “It is extremely pleasing that Misys maintains its long tradition as an important partner of SWIFT. By continuing to win so many SWIFTReady labels for its transaction banking solutions, Misys demonstrates its commitment to the market, the high quality of their solutions and their relevance to the SWIFT community.”
All solutions will be on show at Sibos in Hong Kong, 14-18 September 2009 at Misys Stand 3E09.
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