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Enable Compliant Electronic Invoicing with IBM Sterling e-Invoicing
Commerce

Product Guide, published 13 Apr 2016

Many countries that are outside of the United States have a value-added tax (VAT) and rely on the invoice document as a key mechanism for VAT auditing and fraud prevention. IBM® Sterling e-Invoicing automates buyer and supplier electronic invoice processes in compliance with country-specific tax regulations. This compliance reduces corporate risk and exposure while improving operational efficiencies. This IBM Redbooks® Product Guide describes the key requirements and challenges of global e-invoicing and the ways IBM Sterling e-Invoicing enables customers to address these challenges. This ... [more]


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IBM Financial Transaction Manager for Automated Clearing House Services
Commerce

Redbooks, published 8 Dec 2015

Automated Clearing House (ACH) payment volume is increasing every year. NACHA estimates that ACH payments crossed 21 billion several years ago. Financial institutions are re-evaluating their current payment platforms. Financial Transaction Manager is a single interface that can handle ACH needs that cross various platforms. IBM® Financial Transaction Manager for ACH Services provides pre-built support for processing all ACH transactions that flow through financial systems. This includes ingestion, validation, transaction management, and distribution. The robust rules-based environment ... [more]


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IBM Financial Transaction Manager for ACH Services
Commerce

Solution Guide, published 1 Apr 2014

Automated Clearing House (ACH) payment volume is on the rise. NACHA, the electronic payments organization, estimates that ACH payments surpassed 21,000,000,000 in 2012. Financial institutions, businesses, and consumers are all contributing to a significant increase in direct electronic payments and causing a dramatic shift in the requirements for ACH processing. As result, financial institutions are re-evaluating their current payment platforms. Many have infrastructures in place that were not designed to handle high volumes of processing while still meeting the ever-changing needs of their ... [more]


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Financial Transaction Manager Technical Overview
Commerce

Redbooks, published 21 Mar 2014

Dramatic forces of change continue to sweep the financial services industry. The age of the empowered customer is here and are changing the way financial products are delivered, sold, and serviced, which are making relationships more complex than ever. The explosion of data and intense competition, which is combined with slow or inconsistent economic conditions, makes it imperative for financial institutions to find new and cost effective ways to increase market share, renew customer trust, and drive profitable growth. In this new business environment, the transaction processing arm of the ... [more]


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IBM Financial Transaction Manager for Corporate Payment Services
Commerce

Solution Guide, published 12 Apr 2013, last updated 23 May 2013

IBM® Financial Transaction Manager for Corporate Payment Services provides prebuilt support for processing corporate payment transactions. Clients can use the capabilities of Financial Transaction Manager, including the robust and scalable platform, to handle large volumes of corporate payment transactions. Financial Transaction Manager also introduces a rich, new set of payment services and capabilities, which range from client onboarding to transaction ingestion, transaction management, and transaction distribution, with overall financial governance. Plus, it provides an operational user ... [more]


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IBM Financial Transaction Manager for SEPA Services
Commerce

Solution Guide, published 11 Apr 2013

The Single Euro Payment Area (SEPA) involves the creation of a zone in which all electronic payments across Europe are considered domestic. There is no difference between national and intra-European cross border payments. SEPA aims to improve the efficiency of cross-border payments, to defragment national payment markets, and to allow customers to make cashless Euro payments by using a single bank account and payment instruments. SEPA consists of all 27 European Union (EU) member states and includes Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, and Monaco. The payment schemes and frameworks ... [more]


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Tracking Payments and Securities with IBM Financial Transaction Manager V2
Commerce

Solution Guide, published 31 Jan 2013

The reality for many financial institutions is a transaction processing environment that has evolved through a combination of organic development and a merger or acquisition where case-by-case projects have driven point-to-point implementations. These environments have the following characteristics:
- Diverse transaction formats
- Varying processing rules and requirements
- Many-to-many connections
- Broad combinations of technology stacks and platforms
Equipped with these environments, financial institutions must track, manage, and report on transactions ... [more]


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Developing a long-term EDI strategy with IBM B2B Cloud Services
Commerce

Redguide, published 21 Aug 2012

Electronic data interchange (EDI) was the standard for exchanging business transactions, purchase orders, invoices, shipping notices, and electronic funds transfers for over 25 years. In the last 10 years, EDI evolved with newer technology, especially with the ubiquity of the Internet. Because of these technological advancements, EDI is nearly as easy to use as email and is no longer an option for doing business. Instead, EDI is a business requirement. One of the major concerns of IT and business decision makers responsible for managing supply chains and the activities of their trading ... [more]


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End-to-end Integration with IBM Sterling B2B Integration and Managed File Transfer solutions
Commerce

Redbooks, published 21 Jul 2012

Across numerous vertical industries, enterprises are challenged to improve processing efficiency as transactions flow from their business communities to their internal systems and vice versa, simplify management and expansion of the external communities, accommodate customer and supplier preferences, govern the flow of information, enforce policy and standards, and protect sensitive information. Throughout this process, external partners must be on-boarded and off-boarded, information must flow across multiple communications infrastructures, and data must be mapped and transformed for ... [more]


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Integrating WebSphere Commerce with IBM WebSphere DataPower XC10
Application Platform

Redpaper, published 8 Dec 2011

Like IBM® WebSphere® eXtreme scale, WebSphere DataPower® XC10 Version 2 provides business and technical benefits to new and existing WebSphere Commerce deployments. This IBM Redpapers™ publication provides an overview of these benefits and explains how to configure WebSphere Commerce to use IBM WebSphere DataPower XC10. It also covers the technical aspects of installation, configuration, and monitoring. The paper is designed for current and potential users of WebSphere Commerce who want to add the DataPower XC10 appliance to their ... [more]


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