Citi’s Global Transaction Services has launched its integrated enterprise connectivity solution, CitConnect. This new connectivity offering provides a range of connectivity options to meet clients’ business needs and offers integration with a variety of back end systems.
CitiConnect is a service that provides connectivity solutions for both the treasury & trade solutions (TTS) and securities & funds Services (SFS) product sets. The solution facilitates SWIFT and industry standard-based integration offerings with customer enterprise risk planning (ERP) and treasury systems to exchange messages and files for all of its cash, trade, card, WorldLink payments and securities products and services. CitiConnect is a complementary service to Citi’s CitiDirect platform which offers GTS’ services through online and mobile media while CitiConnect offers connectivity via direct connections.
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