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Tas receives Swift certification

14 October 2009  |  2281 views  |  0 Source: Tas Group

Tas Group, leader in the supply of software and services for banking and financial applications, has obtained new Swift certifications for Gari Gold Transaction Flow Manager (TFM GG), its suite of products for the management of all Interbank Messaging.

The GG TFM suite has been awarded the prestigious SWIFTReady Application Financial EAI 2009 certification.

The SWIFTReady Application SEPA 2009 certification has been reconfirmed for the "GG TFM for SEPA Credit Transfers" product and this year, has also been awarded to the "GG TFM for SEPA Direct Debits" product.

In addition, the certifications SWIFTReady Application Cash Reporting User 2009 and SWIFTReady Application Cash Reporting Provider 2009 for the "GG TFM for Cash Reporting" product have been reconfirmed.

TAS Group, which has developed a recognised expertise in the banking sector, is a SWIFTReady service provider and offers consulting services via SWIFT certified experts, for project implementation and systems integration, consulting and for general assistance with specific configurations. These activities complement the range of SWIFT products and services, providing customers with the ability to achieve synergies and cost savings.

The business relationship between TAS and SWIFT, started in 2000 for the installation, integration and support of all SWIFT products and projects, continues to satisfy the wide ranging needs of the financial community in Italy.

Through its subsidiary company Tasamericas, TAS Group is also the SWIFT Regional Partner for Latin American countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay.

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