Datamation to Launch Innovative Payment Hub at SIBOS 2008

Athens, Greece (PressExposure) September 10, 2008 -- Datamation confirms it will be exhibiting its new aplon range of products on stand B302 at Sibos 2008, the world’s premier financial services event is scheduled to take place from the 15th to the 19th of September in Vienna, Austria.

With the innovative aplonHUB it has never been simpler to regenerate your payments system to fully support SEPA and SWIFT MX incoming and outgoing credit transfers.

The aplon range consists of platform independent plug-ins that can be integrated in a matter of days with a banks existing payments system to provide the additional functionality required.

Supporting multi-bank, multi-format, multi-ACH and AML integration, aplonHUB provides the most cost effective solution to the task of future proofing your payments system.

Also new to the aplon range is aplonBULK which extends your existing payments system to support bulk corporate payments.

The products in the aplon range have been specifically designed to provide the perfect balance of ease of implementation and outstanding flexibility.

More information on Datamation’s extensive range of payments solutions is available at http://www.paymentcomponents.com

About Datamation For over 20 years, Datamation has specialized in developing highly efficient and mission critical solutions for the banking sector. This extensive experience has enabled the company to create a range of easily implemented solutions and development tools for banks, corporates and software developers.

The success of these component based solutions has led to the international expansion of Datamation with regional offices in Munich and New York, as well as distribution partners covering the Middle East, Africa, UK and Ireland.

Contact Wayne Lawrence, Marketing Director

About Datamation

Datamation
+30 210 6122184
http://www.datamation.gr
wayne@datamation.gr

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Press Release Submitted On: September 10, 2008 at 3:50 am
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