More NewsFidelity to Adopt IFX as Enterprise Messaging Standard

Fidelity to Adopt IFX as Enterprise Messaging Standard

Fidelity National Financial and its Fidelity Information Services (Fidelity) division have adopted the Interactive Financial eXchange (IFX) messaging standard as the default web services language within its banking application suite that supports mid-tier and large financial institutions. Fidelity is the first financial services technology partner to adopt a standards-based approach to enterprise messaging and integration. The adoption of IFX provides Fidelity with a non-proprietary approach to defining and providing banking services. Fidelity will support the IFX messaging standard across its products and application layers, including its channel solutions, integration solutions and core banking solutions.

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