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SmartStream gains SWIFT certification for Corona Reconciliations

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SmartStream’s Corona Reconciliations solution has achieved SWIFT Certified Application status.

The SWIFT Certified Application label demonstrates SmartStream’s commitment to continuously invest in its products and set industry standards for reconciliations processing.
 
Rudolph Schnepf, director technology, Corona Business Unit, SmartStream, says: “Incorporating over three decades of experience, Corona’s proven technology is designed to meet industry challenges by increasing STP rates, whilst fulfilling reporting and compliance needs. We now offer a wide range of financial reconciliation solutions and deployment options based on continuous R&D and innovative technologies. We are delighted to have been awarded the SWIFT Certified Application label for our Corona solution for yet another consecutive year.”
 
Corona provides efficient operations, replacing multiple point solutions while eliminating silos, all with a single, strategic reconciliations platform thus ensuring minimum disruption on daily operations and short implementations times. 

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