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Systar Receives SWIFTReady Label for Fourth Consecutive Year

Systar, a leading provider of Operational Intelligence software, today announced that its financial message monitoring application, Process Performance for SWIFT, has been awarded the 2012 SWIFTReady Application label. This is the fourth consecutive year that Systar has earned SWIFTReady certification.

Systar’s Process Performance for SWIFT provides real-time insight into the financial messaging environment through end-to-end performance monitoring, from internal applications to the SWIFT gateway. The application monitors FIN messages, MX, and FileAct to help banks improve operational performance, address emerging risks and communicate proactively with lines of business and clients.

“We are very proud to once again receive SWIFT certification for our financial message monitoring application, Process Performance for SWIFT,” said John Lopynski, vice president of business development, Systar. “This gives clients confidence that our product conforms to SWIFT messaging systems and standards and that it integrates seamlessly with Alliance Access.”

SWIFT awards product certification labels, based on a thorough review process, to assist its user community in selecting third-party applications and services. The SWIFTReady Application Alliance Add-on 2012 label, earned by Systar, is awarded to compliant software that enriches Alliance Access with business features that reduce operational risk, improve system performance and ensure regulatory compliance.

Systar will demonstrate Process Performance for SWIFT at Sibos 2012, Osaka, Japan, October 29th to November 1st in booth #1C10.


Mercredi 31 Octobre 2012

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