Canadian-based Expertus’ Monetis Solution has been awarded the SWIFTReady for Corporates Cash Management Label for 2011. This is the fifth SWIFT label received by Expertus in 2011. Monetis Global Payment Solution was first released in 2004 and has already been adopted by many of Expertus financial and corporate clients. The product family was enhanced this year with the release of the Monetis Corporate Payment Platform.
Expertus’ Monetis Corporate Payment Platform offers many advantages to the corporate treasurers including the continuous processing of both real time and batch transactions electronic funds transfers (EFT) on a single robust and secure platform. In addition, it provides banks with a consistent, reliable and re-useable platform to deliver services to its customers across multiple channels, whether processing high value funds transfers or bulk payments. The platform currently supports all types of payments for both, international and domestic.
Jacques Leblanc, chief executive officer (CEO) at Expertus, said: “SWIFT labels are recognised across the world as a top approval. We are extremely pleased that our product has passed the rigorous SWIFT testing to achieve its endorsement. Corporates are facing many challenges to centralise account information, improve payment efficiency and reduce TCO [total cost of ownership]. Monetis Corporate Payment Platform is the perfect solution for all size treasury companies and is available in-house or in the cloud through Expertus Service Bureau.”
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