Ripple is on a roll with regard to developing global bank integration technologies this week. Only yesterday Expertus revealed its out-of-the-box testing service for financial institutions and today we learn that messaging, data, and payments software provider, Volante Technologies, is also launching a relevant solution.
Volante Technologies created a solution specifically designed to accelerate the integration with Ripple, built on the VolPay Hub Ripple integration capability it launched in October. They explain it encompasses the necessary workflow, message transformation, and payment orchestration requirements for a significantly simpler process, both on the sending and receiving side, with minimal if any changes to their existing payment systems.
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Neil Clarke, Market Engagement Director, Volante Technologies, commented: “Ripple continues to gain traction in the payments world and banks are looking for solutions to quickly and easily integrate to this new distributed ledger based multi-currency settlement solution. Volante’s market leading integration technology is ideally suited to meet the challenge of integrating a bank’s payment systems to the Ripple network. Our aim has been to make integration with Ripple, a plug and play process.”
Steve Mollenkamp, Head of Channel Sales, Ripple, commented: “The combination of Volante and Ripple greatly simplifies banks’ integration with Ripple distributed financial technologies. We view Volante as a critical partner for building Ripple’s new real-time, data-rich payments network.”
Nadish Lad, Head of Payments Product, Volante Technologies, added: “By introducing this new Ripple integration solution as a component part of VolPay Foundation, we are now offering the agility and simplicity that banks need to integrate their existing payment platform with the Ripple settlement network. The Volante solution will use the bank’s existing payment message standards to communicate with Ripple – Banks will be able to achieve integration without spending the time and effort normally associated with this type of integration work.”