Process payments in real time, anywhere, and at scale with Oracle’s digital payments solution—a unified payments hub built on the ISO 20022 framework. Optimize transaction efficiencies with a one-stop payments processing solution that caters to multiple payment types and supports SWIFT gpi for low-value cross-border payments.
Identify digital gaps and unlock the power of data in payments with a series of informative sessions.
Start transitioning to ISO 20022 to improve straight-through processing and enhance transition traceability.
Undergo digital payment transformation with a modern payments processing solution to thrive in an increasingly connected world.
Payment processing solution increases straight-through processing and lower your cost per payment with a single hub for processing and settlement. Use our built-in rules engine to automate complex processing and choose the best route for domestic and cross-border transactions, or specify your desired payment network.Explore Banking Payments (PDF)
Give your customers real-time views of their cash positions and payment status with rich analytics made possible by using SWIFT ISO 20022 as the open-payments standard in our digital payments solution.Explore Payments Innovation (1:32)
Build your own partner ecosystem and offer new services that set your institution apart. From ERP integration to Siri and Alexa payments, tap into a library of more than 1,500 APIs built for Oracle’s banking suite.Explore a New Approach to Payments (PDF)
“Having an ISO 20022 base data model is important to us. We have partnered with Oracle for more than a decade because they are at the forefront of payments innovation.”
Chief Data Officer, FBN Bank UK
Deliver borderless, low-cost account-to-account currency transfers from your own banking app or portal with our digital payments solution. Oracle’s support of SWIFT gpi for low-value payments opens up efficient cross-border payments to small and midsized companies.
Universal Confirmations are the backbone of SWIFT’s payments innovation journey. Learn how to ease the migration to this standard and use it to improve interoperability.
Provide high-quality, data-rich payments for your customers and stay ahead of compliance mandates by moving your payments platform to the ISO 20022 standard before the December 2022 deadline.
Manas Pattanaik, Consulting Technical Manager, Oracle
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Learn how standalone universal payment hubs built on ISO 20022 can drastically reduce transaction costs and ensure banks remain at the forefront of innovation.
In this interview with Finextra, Oracle experts discuss how cross-border payments are undergoing a massive transformation globally while SWIFT drives a broader payments modernization strategy.