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Triple-S™ is an archiving middleware solution for SWIFT financial messages. It is dedicated to SWIFT platform users to tackle long-term archiving, archive splitting, auditing and consolidation. Triple-S™ has a proficient management console to administer the system, assign rights to members of staff and govern levels of accessibility. The middleware efficiently manages financial messages through its open model database, making it easy to find individual messages using its search functionality. Triple-S™ has no cap on the number of users or entities. It operates through any standard web browser and is a real alternative to existing user interfaces. Moreover, Triple-S™ can populate real-time financial messages from SWIFTAlliance queues into your satellite applications. Due to the agile nature of our solution it can deployed rapidly, bringing your entire team up to speed. Unlimited number of users, comprehensive search functionality and full compatibility with FIN format specifications for printing & exporting makes Triple-S™ a tremendously cost-effective solution.

Key Features

▻ SWIFT Message Archive search and export

▻ SWIFT Message Archive backup and import

▻ Real-time processing with satellite applications

Key Benefits

Unlimited number of users, comprehensive search functionality and full compatibility with FIN format.



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