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Top Answer: It provides the ability to interact with financial institutions and apply the same rules.
Top Answer: I would like for them to work in real-time.
Top Answer: Our company sells this product to our clients and also integrates them into a client's environment. In most cases, it's the integration of systems, of interfaces with IBM MQ or Insights.
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Also Known As
Trading Grid, GXS Trading Grid
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Overview

OpenText Trading Grid (formerly GXS) is a unique global integration platform that enables and streamlines cross enterprise business processes. With extreme flexibility and a service-oriented, business-to-business e-commerce platform, the Grid helps companies automate global trading communities by shielding complexity from rapidly changing standards, eliminating manual and duplicative efforts and enabling a new level of process integration and business intelligence.

FIN enables financial institutions to exchange individual structured (MT and ISO 15022 message formats) financial messages securely and reliably. FIN is used by over 10,800 financial institutions and their corporate customers worldwide to exchange over 22.3+ million messages per day across a wide range of business areas within the banking and securities industries.

FIN value-added processing includes:

  • Message validation to ensure messages are formatted according to SWIFT message standards.
  • Delivery monitoring and prioritization.
  • Message storage and retrieval.

It is based on a distributed processing architecture with full, built-in redundancy to ensure maximum availability.

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Autoliv, Hella, Hutchinson, MichelinAlcatel-Lucent, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Canadian National Railway, General Electric Company, Huawei, Novartis International, Standard Bank, UniCredit, Volvo
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Computer Software Company57%
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Wholesaler/Distributor8%
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OpenText Trading Grid is ranked 9th in Business-to-Business Middleware while SWIFTnet FIN is ranked 6th in Business-to-Business Middleware with 1 review. OpenText Trading Grid is rated 0.0, while SWIFTnet FIN is rated 9.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of SWIFTnet FIN writes "Has strong stability and professional support". OpenText Trading Grid is most compared with IBM Sterling B2B Integration Services, SPS Commerce Fulfillment (EDI), TrueCommerce EDI, SEEBURGER BIS and IBM B2B Integrator, whereas SWIFTnet FIN is most compared with SWIFT InterAct.

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