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Volante Upgrades Swift Format Plug-in for 2005 MT Update

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Data messaging company Volante has made available its Swift SRG 2005 as part of its Swift Format Plug-in for customers. The Standards Release Guide (SRG) is an annual update by Swift of its Message Type (MT) categories. Says Krishna Sudarshan, chief technology officer of Volante, “Our customers and partners save several months of effort, which is typical for such upgrades. Volante includes in its product suite all categories of Swift messages including the highly complex network validation rules.”

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