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IBM and SWIFT Team Provide Enhanced Integration Payments

IT services giant IBM is to work with SWIFT to provide customers with a smooth migration to and enhanced integration with SWIFTNet. At the same time, IBM has announced a number of enhancements to WebSphere Business Integration for Financial Networks to help customers with their payments and securities processes. ‘SWIFT and IBM are working together to provide our customers with a smooth migration to SWIFTNet. We are also helping customers deploy the enhanced integration necessary to benefit from SWIFTNet based solutions across their entire business,’ said Lazaro Campos, member of the SWIFT Executive Group. ‘It is that level of integration provided by middleware solutions that will allow customers to increase the efficiency of existing systems and reduce the cost of responding to new business needs.’

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