Allied Engineering Group (AEG) has partnered with Microsoft and Crayon to offer financial service institutions (FSIs) tailored and compliant solutions as they move their SWIFT infrastructure to the cloud. As part of the collaboration, AEG will make 10 of its SWIFT-related proprietary solutions available on Azure Marketplace, extending them as a managed service to MEA-based FSIs. The move will provide banks with the flexibility, scalability and security needed to migrate their SWIFT infrastructure while ensuring compliance with SWIFT CSCF regulations and guidelines.
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The partnership allows FSIs to expand their reach and optimise their operations while helping AEG to extend its presence in the UAE. The deal is part of AEG’s commitment to provide customers with tailored solutions that meet their specific needs. The initiative is aimed at transforming payments across MEA using Azure solutions.
Microsoft UAE’s General Manager, Naim Yazbeck, said, “By leveraging Azure’s secure and scalable platform, we are enabling AEG to offer its customers greater flexibility and cost savings, while maintaining compliance with SWIFT CSCF regulations and guidelines”.