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BizTalk Accelerator for SWIFT

SWIFT Financial EAI 2011

Financial institutions are faced with a daunting challenge—myriad applications and systems that need to be integrated with customers, partners, and external financial networks. Unfortunately, these financial institutions can no longer afford integration projects with long delivery cycles and drawn-out returns. BizTalk Accelerator for SWIFT (A4SWIFT) extends the BizTalk Server environment to provide the most comprehensive, reliable, and secure delivery of financial messaging using the SWIFT format and network for customers in banking, capital markets, payments, and corporate finance.

Product Information

  • Extend your BizTalk Server environment to deliver comprehensive and secure financial messaging by using SWIFT. Learn about the BizTalk Accelerator for SWIFT through this product overview.

  • Read about the functional description of the communcation options of SWIFTNet and A4SWIFT. Through these communication options, you can connect your BizTalk Server environment to SWIFTAlliance Access and SWIFTAlliance Gateway products.

  • The SOA paradigm provides the most agile technology infrastructure for realizing an enterprise payments strategy. Read about Microsoft’s ‘real-world SOA’ approach and in particular how BizTalk Server and the BizTalk Accelerator for SWIFT demonstrate Microsoft’s commitment to bringing the benefits of SOA to the financial services sector in an efficient and accessible way.

Case Studies

Pershing Limited Case Study: New Messaging Framework Lets Outsourcing Solutions Provider Easily Handle Huge Increases in Volumes
Association of Serbian Banks Case Study: Association of Serbian Banks Reduces Gyro Clearing of Cheques to Less Than One Hour
Calyon Case Study: Leading Bank Deploys BizTalk Server 2004 on Windows Platform to Integrate Mission-critical UNIX and AS/400-based Systems
Microsoft Technical Solution Brief: Harnessing the Power of SWIFT for Enterprise Financial Messaging

Additional Resources