Surecomp’s SCF-PRO Supply Chain Finance Solution Earns 2015 SWIFT Certified Application Label

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Hamburg, Germany – Surecomp®, the leading global provider of trade finance solutions for banks and corporations, announced today that SCF-PRO®, its innovative supply chain finance solution for banks and corporations, has been awarded the “SWIFT Certified Application – Supply Chain Finance” label. SCF-PRO has earned this SWIFT accreditation for two years running.

The SWIFT Certified Application program certifies selected third-party applications to ensure that they meet well-defined requirements related to SWIFT standards, messaging and connectivity. Reevaluated each year to ensure alignment with evolving customer needs, certification requirements validate the ability of a product or application to provide automation in a SWIFT environment. SWIFT is the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication, a member-owned cooperative through which the financial world conducts its business operations with speed, certainty and confidence.

“We are proud that SCF-PRO has earned SWIFT accreditation once again. Enhancing cash flow management and reinforcing trade relationships, SCF-PRO delivers real value to both corporations and their trade finance banks,” said Joel Koschitzky, Surecomp Chairman. “This recognition by SWIFT is yet another vote of confidence in our cutting-edge SCF-PRO solution, which helps banks and corporations redefine and better leverage their roles in the supply chain finance cycle.”

 

About SCF-PRO®
Equipped with pro-forma invoice, accounts payable management, and finance capabilities, SCF-PRO is supported by an array of standard features including a complete BPO module, imaging, notifications and workflow. With full back- and front-office components, SCF-PRO integrates easily with existing back- and front-office environments of all main SCF players. By optimizing working capital, improving cash flow management and strengthening trade relationships, SCF-PRO benefits buyers, suppliers and the banks that serve them.

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