US-based Axletree Solutions Service Bureau has obtained the SWIFTReady Connectivity Best Practices Label. The SWIFT accreditation process is rigorous and requires compliance across 32 parameters, which are backed up by on-site inspection conducted by SWIFT auditors.
“The SWIFTReady Connectivity Best Practices label for service bureaus means peace of mind for the Axletree bureau clients and prospective users,” said David Pryce, board director of Axletree. “The label is a best in class recognition and we are pleased that Axletree is the first bureau in North America to have been awarded this status.”
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