Misys Trade Portal
Misys Trade Portal is an integrated e-business solution. The
Portal offers importers and exporters a full-featured console,
allowing them to seamlessly connect to their banks to complete
international trade transactions, alongside a wide range of
features enabling them to follow-up on these activities. Misys
Trade Portal provides the state-of-the-art technology and expertise
they need to ensure successful trade transactions.
Misys Trade Portal provides all parties with true
internet-enabled features for the online management of both
traditional and open account-based transactions. Through their own
comprehensive, customized, web-based console corporate customers
can process and review their transactions. They can also submit
business requests and browse analysis or information relating to
The innovative browser-based approach is also of benefit to the
bank and its teams in trade services, commodities and energy and
international guarantees; while a dedicated personalized, web-based
front-end is available to their back-office users, administrators
and sales team members to review and process customers'
The solution is available with a packaged interface to Misys TI
Plus and in stand-alone mode, as well as offering deep integration
capabilities with other trade finance back-office systems and
The solution is fully SWIFT accredited, having been awarded the
SWIFTReady for Corporates - Supply Chain Finance 2012 label and the
SWIFT Certified application for Supply Chain Finance 2013
For more information on SWIFTReady accreditation, please visit the
SWIFT website here.
In-house or hosted
Misys Trade Portal is also available as a white-labeled hosted
solution, maintained by Misys in an enterprise-class data centre.
Banks accessing the hosted solution are provided with the same
robust functionality and features as come with the installed
version, but without the operating costs associated with the
Misys Trade Portal for Multi-Bank
Misys Trade Portal is available as a complete Multi-Bank
solution to handle the situation where corporates with multiple
banking relationships insist on a single sign-on and single view
across all their trade transactions. This benefits the corpoates,
and also the banks who need to be able to meet their clients' needs
in this area.