Incentage middleware receives SwiftReady gold label
23 June 2006 | 1926 views | 0
Incentage AG, the leading Swiss provider of high performance and quality straight through processing (STP) solutions announced today that it's EAI platform – the Incentage Middleware Suite (IMS) – has been awarded the SWIFTReady Financial EAI 2006 Gold certification.
Having already gained the label in 2004 and 2005; Version 2.08 of IMS met the stringent qualification criteria of SWIFT, with the 2006 certification confirming Incentage's ability to manage all SWIFT message types, mappings, industry market practices, STP guidelines and SWIFTNet connectivity as directed by SWIFT.
"Our prime motivation is to provide high quality solutions and achieve exceptional customer satisfaction. The SWIFTReady Gold Financial EAI 2006 certification is an independent vindication that we are achieving our goals," said Felix Huber, Chief Executive Officer, Incentage AG. "The criteria that SWIFT put in place are very strict and were tested rigorously. We are delighted with the award and look forward to a deeper relationship with SWIFT and our common customers."
"We appreciate the enthusiasm and ability shown by Incentage to quickly deliver SWIFT ready advanced technology to our clients" says Eric Meirlaen, EAI Industry Analyst at SWIFT. "We look forward to exploring new opportunities together with Incentage and are very pleased to award the SWIFTReady Gold Financial EAI label 2006 to their IMS product."
"Supporting leading financial services organisations, such as Zurich Financial Services, BancaIntesa, Maerki Baumann, Pioneer Investments and others, we are committed to providing high quality to the global SWIFT community," added Tony Gallery, Head of Standards, Incentage AG. "Our product has continued to improve in quality and functionality since the 2004 label award. We have also expanded our partner network and our knowledge centres and intend growing to being one of the leading global suppliers of SWIFT enabling solutions for financial institutions and software houses."