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Pamir - ISO 20022 Data Generator

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Overview

Part of the Pamir ISO 20022 data suite, Pamir ISO 20022 Test Data Generator is available as a cloud-hosted self-service application or as an on-premises installable that can be integrated into your existing payments testing sandboxes and test automation environments to support bank / FI transition to the new ISO 20022 payments standard.

Key Features

With payments systems having to go through rigorous, often organisation-wide testing for suitability against various ISO 20022 scheme deadlines, including CBPR+, T2, CHAPS, T2S, CHIPS, FEDWire, Lynx and others, Pamir ISO 20022 Test Data Generator is an on-demand self-service tool, to generate structures- and network-validated synthetic ISO 20022 test data/messages to help accelerate your testing compliance projects and readiness.

With global ISO 20022 deadlines approaching, now more than ever it is important that banks / financial institutions and their testing partners have access to Useable test data for testing of end-to-end payment flows.

Key Benefits

·Self-service synthetic data generator helps transition to ISO 20022 message standards for multiple schemes.

·Allows for the creation of Bank- / FI- and Corporate-specific synthetic test data / test payments for every message listed in supported scheme packs.

·Allows users to generate structure validated, customised test-data in real-time, supporting simulation of end-to-end processing to verify your implementations.

·Optional built-in field-level synchronous validation against network schema guidelines support STP use-cases.

·Embedded and powerful integration capabilities and data pipelines allow users to incorporate synthetic payments messages from Pamir Test Now into existing testing frameworks.