Axway’s Financial Exchange platform, powered by Synchrony, has been awarded 2009 Gold Labels for SWIFTReady financial enterprise application integration (EAI) and SWIFTReady funds. The Gold Labels are the highest certifications from SWIFT and demonstrate Axway’s continued guarantee that the Axway financial solutions are compatible with all requirements related to SWIFTNet exchanges.
Axway’s financial solutions enable compliance with growing governmental oversight over financial institutions’ payment transactions. Regulations such as the single euro payment area (SEPA), Payment Services Directive (PSD), and the National Automated Clearing House Association’s (NACHA) new rules and format for international ACH transactions (IAT) are driving forces behind this growing oversight.
“Global corporations, banks and financial institutions must remain as nimble as possible with respect to their payments and transactions, while minding compliance with ever-increasing regulatory oversight,” said Christophe Fabre, chief executive officer (CEO) at Axway. “Axway’s six consecutive years of SWIFT certifications demonstrate our commitment to maximising our customers’ ability to operate their global businesses faster and safer.”
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