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Random Walk partners Volante Technologies for Swift MT103 migration

23 July 2003  |  5036 views  |  0 Random Walk partners Volante Technologies for Swift MT103 migration

New York financial technology firm Random Walk Computing is to use the Volante Designer system from STP vendor Volante Technologies as the basis for its Swift MT103 migration software.

The combined services and software package will help clients migrate from Swift MT100 to MT103 message formats, in time for the upcoming November 2003 deadline.

Joel Scotkin, CEO, Random Walk Computing, says Volante's model driven approach will allow customers to reuse models and code: "Volante Designer allows us to roll out messaging applications rapidly by generating implementation source code directly from the models."

The migration package supports all new Swift validations and error codes. The software provides message recognition and deconstruction, internal routing and integration with back-end applications.

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