Fiorano Software, a leading Enterprise Middleware, Integration and API Management specialist announced today that it has launched a ready-to-deploy sandbox ahead of the March 2019 deadline for PSD2. The sandbox is a key addition to Fiorano’s PSD2 Accelerator, designed for banks who need to deliver ASPSP interfaces for PSD2.
At a time when vendors are all jumping into the game, Fiorano’s offering stands out by combining multiple components required by banks into a single, unified technology stack. According to Biju Suresh Babu, Country Head – UK, Fiorano Software, ”Fiorano is the first enterprise player to incorporate all the main technology components required for ASPSP interfaces, covering both front-office and back-office functions in line with the EBA’s RTS, into a single & unified bundle.
The sandbox is part of Fiorano PSD2 Accelerator, comprising 16 technology components working together to help banks deliver ASPSP interfaces while addressing key technical PSD2 considerations related to Access to Account (XS2A), Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) and Common and Secure Channels of Communication (CSC).”
With little time left on the PSD2 regulatory calendar, the sandbox is designed to accelerate compliance journey for banks to enable API management & PSD2 APIs, Identity Management, CSC & SCA for PSD2. By eliminating multiple products, corresponding installations & integration points, and delivering a single pre-integrated application, Fiorano massively reduces the implementation time, cost and uncertainty risks. Fiorano PSD2 Accelerator is available as a modular, set of components, designed to easily co-exist with bank’s existing products and applications.
Source: Fiorano Software
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