Surecomp’s flagship trade finance banking system, IMEX, been awarded the SWIFTReady Application label status for the 12th consecutive year. The SWIFTReady Application certification programme allows solution providers to verify the SWIFT-compliance of their financial applications.
By meeting SWIFT-specific criteria, IMEX has reconfirmed its ability to provide automation in a SWIFT environment. Re-evaluation on a yearly basis ensures that IMEX stays fully up-to-date with the latest market standards and developments.
“This recognition by SWIFT – for a 12th successive year – reconfirms the dedication and talent of all our employees around the world, and the cutting-edge nature of our IMEX solution,” said Joel Koschitzky, Surecomp chairman. “At Surecomp, we have a tradition of taking full ownership and responsibility for our solutions by continuously adding value to them. Without doubt, this is reflected in the exceptional quality and stability of our solutions, in our successful partnerships with our clients, and in the international industry recognition received by Surecomp year in and year out.”
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