Sterci, the service-oriented architecture (SOA) solutions provider for straight-through processing (STP), has partnered with Hewlett-Packard (HP) to implement Sterci’s Financial Messaging Solutions on HP’s Intel-based server platforms running Redhat Linux.
“The combined offering is designed to help financial institutions respond better to the increased demands of today’s financial messaging infrastructure, while reducing total cost of ownership, and ensuring financial messaging scalability,” said Etienne Savatier, director of international sales and partner channels at Sterci.
Sterci delivers a component-based messaging architecture that provides a browser based user interface, message creation and tracking capabilities, a set of comprehensive consoles that include business operations, event and rules-based business activity monitoring and support for multiple networks including SWIFT, SIC, SECOM, SARIE, and FIX.
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