Information swapping

June 2003
Management Services;Jun2003, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p28
Academic Journal
iWay Software has two integration technology solutions for the financial services and healthcare industries. They are integration accelerator kits designed to help organisations implement standards-based information exchanges with return on investment. The financial and healthcare integration suites supplement iWay's four previously announced standards-based homeland security suites for government. The Financial Suite combines industry expertise and standards-based tools into flexible and reusable integration solutions that enable financial institutions to successfully transform operations and migrate to next-generation standards. For example, the Society of Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT) recently ceased conducting business with ISO 7775 message types. iWay immediately responded by building solutions to transform and integrate existing ISO 7775 message infrastructures with new and evolving global financial standards such as FIX, GSTP A, ISITC, Thomson/DTCC, Omgeo, and DTCC/ MBSCC. iWay is also delivering solutions that integrate existing information sources with modern systems and meet regulatory mandates for streamlined transaction processing and straight through processing.


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