Support for RiXML, XBRL, FpML, SWIFTStandards XML and FIX, plus pre-built solutions addressing common processing and integration scenarios
Dublin, Ireland, 1st December, 2004 - PolarLake, a leader in standards-based incremental integration, today announces the launch of Integration Suite Finance Edition. Built on PolarLake’s Integration Suite technology, the Finance Edition provides additional resources designed specifically to assist Financial Services organisations facing integration challenges. Using Integration Suite Finance Edition, these organizations are able to build applications addressing the challenges associated with straight-through processing, compliance and B2B integration more quickly and easily than ever before.
Integration Suite Finance Edition drives out the cost of integration in Financial Services by providing a distributed, standards-based and light footprint integration solution capable of adapting to the changing business and technology requirements that typify the industry.
Integration Suite Finance Edition provides demonstrations, schemas and documentation required to rapidly deliver XML-based Financial Services integration solutions using common industry standards. Specifically the product provides:
Sample solutions, that can be adapted, extended, addressing common integration problems encountered in financial services. These include publish and subscribe, content-based routing, exception handling and business process orchestration applications
Full schemas for common Financial Services data formats, including RiXML, XBRL, FpML and SWIFTStandards XML, plus sample applications illustrating common methods for transforming and validating these schemas within financial solutions
"Integration Suite Financial Edition demonstrates our commitment to organisations in the Financial Services industry, and our understanding of the problems they face delivering integration solutions," said Ronan Bradley, CEO of PolarLake. "With this release we provide the support these organisations need to meet these specific vertical challenges whilst driving out the costs associated with integration."