Financial institutions own large amounts of data, which requires them to perform queries for historical data. They must also generate various reports to meet regulatory compliance requirements (Auditing, Central banks, EMIR standards, FINTRAC, etc.). Financial institutions must be aware of receiving large amounts of transactions to speed the Straight-Through Processing (STP) settlement process or be notified of events occurring in the System Log. For all these reasons, financial institutions have to know their current positions in real time to make the right business decisions.
By deploying en.TransactionDataRepository, financial institutions can produce and design activity reports (technical and business reports) both routinely and on demand. They can also preview their business and performance behavior in real time via graphical charts. en.TDR allows the user to search Payments Messages using criteria ranging from simple to very complex. Traffic and trigger alerts can be monitored via creation of business and technical scenarios. What’s more, en.TDR can integrate with third party applications such as anti-money laundering and Internet banking applications (through database connectors and Web services, respectively). With en.TDR, you can display, investigate, monitor, and report your SWIFT traffic data and events over an extended retention period. It centralizes in real time your SWIFT FIN, Interact, FileAct, and events in an independent open database, so that you can get access to the statistical data you need at any point in time. With en.TDR, users can get access to the statistical data they need at any point in time. They don’t have to wait until the end of the month to have the critical statistics they need to make informed decisions. It is possible to display, print, mail, and get reports on SWIFT messages through a Web browser. Access to the traffic data is totally separate from the SWIFT Alliance Workstation/Web-platform and thus not dependent on a concurrent user license.