14 January 2010

Primeur is "ready to EBICS"

The multinational software producer Primeur is one of the main producers of middleware solutions and and a leader in the fields for "Managed File Transfer" worldwide.

With the availabiltiy of their upcoming server and client product generations, Primeur will support the new communication standard called EBICS.

EBICS, the Electronic Banking Internet Communication Standard, was created to support highly confidential and encrypted payment transactions in corporate banking. The protocol itself is mandatory for German banks since 2008 and now becomes the new standard for French banks too.

Primeur is using the approved EBICS components of Business-Logics, the electronic banking specialist from Düsseldorf, Germany.

By integrating the EBICS protocol into the successful SPAZIO product family, Primeur is ready to capture new markets.

About Primeur

Primeur is a multinational company and one of the main producers of middleware solutions for distributed and heterogeneous IT systems. Primeur is a leader in Managed File Transfer, End-to-End Security and Governance. With more than 500 customers worldwide - including large companies operating in the areas of Finance, Industry and Services - it has branches and distributors in Europe, United States of America, South America and Asia Pacific. Primeur is an IBM Premier Business Partner particularly active on IBM WebSphere, Tivoli, Rational and Information Management platforms. In addition, it provides software and services for SOA (Service Oriented Architecture), communication middleware, legacy application integration and data security.

About Business-Logics

Business-Logics is a leading Electronic-Bankink-Software producer in Germany. The company is established in 2001 and stands for comprehensive banking software products and tools for banks and corporate-customers worldwide. Business-Logics is involved in the international EBICS developement and one of the first producer offering a complete EBICS implementation from the very begining.