Sterci has passed the SWIFTReady Reconciliation certification with Stematch version 11. Stematch is an enterprise-wide reconciliation and exception management product, offering real-time reconciliation for all business lines and market instruments including, cash, general ledger, bank accounts, securities transactions, custodians holdings, funds, treasury, foreign exchange (FX), money markets and precious metals.
Its flexibility and generic capabilities provides an excellent automatic matching rate for both internal and external data sources in any format including SWIFT, XML, Excel, ATM, Card, FIX, SIC, SECOM and SARIE.
The SWIFTReady programme incorporates stringent SWIFT specific criteria, which are reviewed annually. Companies meeting these criteria are awarded a SWIFTReady label. This label guides customers in their selection of a supplier and provides a guarantee that the product or service meets the highest levels of quality.
Etienne Savatier, associate director of Sterci, said: “We are happy to be first reconciliation vendor to have renewed our SWIFT label in 2011 which rewards our continuous investment in our Stematch product. We have today the best-in-class solution for enterprise-wide reconciliation.”
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