Free webinar: ISO 20022 Migration and Permanent Deployment – Is Your Implementation Sustainably Documented?
8. July 2021 @ 11:00 – 12:00 CEST
By the end of 2025, the use of the ISO 20022 standard will be more or less mandatory for all participants in financial transactions. Those who have not yet migrated their payment data will have to take action by then if payment information is to continue to be transmitted via the SWIFT network. There are further deadlines in the following four years, such as November 21, 2021, when the pan-European payment systems TARGET2, EURO1 and STEP1 migrate to ISO 20022.
Is your ISO 20022 implementation sustainably documented to be easily updated during version updates, or do you plan to document your own specification as part of the migration?
GEFEG’s ISO 20022 Standard Distribution forms the basis of projects (“specification first”) in the financial area for implementation, customization, documentation and publication of financial messages and their validation. In GEFEG.FX, in addition to the current ISO 20022 UML models, the earlier ISO 20022 UML models are also delivered, as well as enriched XML schemas and external codes to the elements.
Topics of the webinar ISO 20022 Migration and Permanent Deployment – Is Your Implementation Sustainably Documented?
In this webinar, find out how customers …
- Efficiently developed easily maintainable specifications and guidelines based on ISO 20022 with GEFEG.FX, publications at the touch of a button
- Perform data harmonization with GEFEG.FX
- Validate data with GEFEG.Portal and optimize on-boarding processes
- Be able to create and document API specifications based on ISO 20022 and other standards with GEFEG.FX
Any questions about the webinar and/or input on other webinar topics? We are looking forward to your email.
Who should attend?
Technical and business-oriented staff of companies organizing or implementing ISO 20022 migration projects
Which knowledge should you already have?
Interest in ISO 20022 and financial processes
How much time will the webinar take?
About 60 minutes
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