Simplifying complexity in financial messages and payments integration, processing and orchestration
Since 2001, Volante has been entirely focused on addressing the complexities of financial message and data integration and the challenges in channel on-boarding, processing and orchestration of payments so that customers can take full advantage of their commercial opportunities.
Our products, used by more than 80 financial institutions and corporate enterprises around the world, include pre-built plug-ins and transformations for over 300 international and domestic payment standards which helps firms navigate and deal with the diverse, complex and ever-expanding mass of data message formats, standards and protocols throughout the life-cycle of every financial transaction.
Our products enable firms to improve their straight-through-processing (STP) rates, increase operational efficiency and reduce cost and risk.
Vijay Oddiraju, CEO of Volante Technologies speaks about Volante, its products and trends and the future of financial technology
- About Volante and the markets it serves
- Volante Products and blockchain technology
- Future trends in financial technology
- Thoughts on People, Technology and Volante
Volante Technologies strengthens its sales operations with new hires in response to increased market interest in VolPay suite of products
19 January 2016
Volante Technologies Inc., a global leader in the provision of software for the integration, processing and orchestration of financial messages and payments, today announced key new sales appointments.
13 October 2015
Offering further choice for Volante’s clients and the wider market looking to take advantage of new and alternative payment mechanisms
- Here is a nice recap from @Chris_Skinner exploring the definition and meaning of blockchain https://t.co/WK2CJsEOta
- Capgemini has a great infographic on the top payment trends for 2016 https://t.co/edILXjvd8a via @ripple
- DLT is being seriously looked at as part of critical payments infrastructure - proof of blockchain going mainstream https://t.co/DmpYtjOylR
Real time gross settlement (RTGS) has now become the established mechanism by which country and sometimes regional payment infrastructures enable safe settlement of high value payments between banks. Historically the systems have typically used the SWIFT network for the secure transfer of the payment messages and notifications, etc., with the SWIFT MT FIN messages being the format used, and having been successfully deployed in numerous countries around the globe.
Upon reading a recent Finextra published blog by Dan Glessner of Quisk, Inc on June’s MoneyConf event in Belfast (http://www.quisk.co/blog/2015/06/25/observations-from-moneyconf-in-belfast-fintech-2-0-needed/) I got to thinking about the constant stream of newly formed bank sponsored Fintech innovation labs and the role of the existing Fintech vendors in this new world of dynamic collaboration.