AccessPay has announced its agreement with SWIFT, enabling to incorporate SWIFT connectivity into its cloud-based Corporate Payments Hub, Payments and Cash Management platform; adding value to its SEPA, Bacs and Direct Debit Management solutions.
AccessPay offers corporates and financial institutions alike a cloud-based payments and cash management application with SWIFT messaging connectivity fully integrated – all without the end-user having to run any software on their own premises.
AccessPay CEO Ali Moiyed says, “This latest initiative builds on the work we have already been doing with SWIFT over the last 18 months. In addition to producing timely and accurate views of cash positions, our solution will now also enable customers to communicate securely with banks all over the world with SWIFT financial messaging integrated seamlessly into our cloud-based platform.”
Robert Schneider, head of SWIFT’s Corporates Business in EMEA, adds, “Combining a modern and feature-rich cloud-based payments and cash management application seamlessly with SWIFT’s new cloud-based interface – Alliance Lite2 – can deliver real benefits to the end customer. And by adding 3SKey on top, the customer can reap the full benefits of cloud-computing without compromising on security.”
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