GLOBAL MESSAGING PLUS (GMP)

SWISSRoute end users now access GMP using a standard internet browser (IE, Firefox, Chrome). With this, no deployment of software on workstations is necessary anymore for error corrections and standard releases. In addition, the application can be accessed from any workstation within your organisation.

The new user interface combines the advantages of a traditional fat client with those of a browser. This is achieved by using the latest Web 2.0 technology with dynamic system-user interaction.

SWIFT Messages are now stored in a new online archive that uses a technology popular for internet applications. This technology allows fast searches in large data volumes (in seconds for millions of messages).

The time period for the online archive remains 6 months by default (optional long-term message archiving, Safestore, is available).

OPERATIONAL BENEFITS

  • No deployment of software on workstations

  • Total access to GMP within organization

  • Online Help

KEY FEATURES

  • Search in Large Data Volumes

  • Template Management

  • Advanced Message History

  • Security Administration

  • Alerting


SWISSROUTE INTERFACE

 

Figure 1 - Application launcher using common user administration

 

 

 

 

 

Figure 2 - Web 2.0 technology 

 

 

 

 

Figure 3 - Activity dashboard with two different viewpoints 

 

Figure 1 – Application launcher using common user administration

The browser-based user interface keeps the learning effort of end users to a minimum and is easy to use for novice users.

SWISSRoute also includes features such as search, work lists, sensitive data masking, templates and workflows.

 

 

 

 

 

Figure 2 – Web 2.0 technology

The user interface combines the advantages of a traditional Fat client with those of a browser. This is achieved by using the latest Web 2.0 technology with dynamic system-user interaction.

 

 

 

 

 

Figure 3 – Activity dashboard with two different viewpoints 

The basket group «My Pending Tasks» gives insight to message counts that require action by a user with the designated role. The messages are grouped by required action. Typical actions include «Release» and «Correct a Syntax Error» and  behave like auto refreshed work listsThe workflow has been optimized to work as efficient as possible, allowing a group of users to work jointly on the same basket