More NewsADP Wilco Awarded SWIFT Accreditation for Services in Germany

ADP Wilco Awarded SWIFT Accreditation for Services in Germany

ADP Wilco, a subsidiary of Automatic Data Processing, has been awarded the label Provider of SWIFT Accredited Solutions for Germany for 2004. The accreditation relates to ADP Wilco’s German-based SWIFT consultancy expertise and SWIFT services. The SWIFT accreditation is awarded to professional services companies that demonstrate a high level of SWIFT expertise and that have a track record of SWIFT-related consultancy work and operational support. Moreover, it is an indication of an effective working relationship between ADP Wilco and SWIFT. ADP Wilco’s certified SWIFT Service Bureau in Germany provides outsourcing services for SWIFT messaging solutions with particular emphasis on securities industry participants. It provides access to the SWIFT network for securities, treasury, derivatives, and payments.

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