Process, monitor, track and report on financial payments and transactions

Financial Transaction Manager integrates, orchestrates and monitors financial transactions. It delivers consistent processing across multiple payment types, enabling banks and financial institutions to converge their payment operations onto a single platform. Financial Transaction Manager can accelerate the delivery of improved financial products and services to customers.

Financial Transaction Manager:

Provides extensive prebuilt, industry-standard capabilities

Offers a single, extensible platform to converge payments processing

Lowers operational risk

Improves business agility

Shortens time to market

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Financial Transaction Manager

Process, monitor, track and report on financial payments and transactions

Financial Transaction Manager includes standard components and optional complementary products.

Standard components included with Financial Transaction Manager:

Optional products for use with Financial Transaction Manager:

Payments Gateway


Financial Transaction Manager for SWIFT Business Services


Financial Transaction Manager for SEPA Services provides support for standard Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) messages.


Financial Transaction Manager for Corporate Payment Services offers corporate payments views and reports for customers across the bank. It provides greater transparency of transaction status directly to customers.


Financial Transaction Manager for ACH Services provides prebuilt support for processing ACH transactions, including ingestion, validation, transaction management, and distribution.


Financial Transaction Manager for Check Services supports the renovation, replacement, and renewal of legacy check processing systems.


Financial Transaction Manager for UK Payments Integration provides pre-built United Kingdom Payment scheme mappers to and from the Financial Transaction Manager internal standard format.

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