Forum Annual Meeting Open to All, April 9-11 in Orlando
WAKEFIELD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
The Interactive Financial eXchange (IFX; http://www.ifxforum.org)
Forum will hold a public webinar, "The IFX Standard: A Service Oriented
Framework for Businesses in the Financial Services Industry," at 10 a.m.
EST on Thursday, March 6. There is no charge to attend, but advance registration
The IFX Forum is an international non-profit industry association whose
mission is to develop and promote the adoption of its open,
interoperable standard for financial data exchange, IFX, which is
available at no charge at http://bms.ifxforum.org/.
This webinar will provide a high-level overview of the IFX Forum and how
the IFX Standard can serve as a framework for designing SOA solutions to
meet the business requirements for organizations in the financial
services industry. Presenters include Richard Urban, President of the
IFX Forum, and member company representatives. A question period will
follow the presentation.
"We invite everyone involved with service-oriented architecture in the
financial services industry to join us next Thursday, to hear how they
can leverage IFX to add value to their SOA efforts," said Urban. "We
look forward to hearing attendees' questions and comments, and engaging
in dialogue. Further, interested parties are welcome to join us at our
Annual Meeting in Orlando, April 9-11."
The IFX Forum's 2014 Annual Meeting takes place April 9-11, immediately
following the NACHA Payments conference, at the Orlando World Center
Marriott. Non-member meeting fees are waived for this special event,
where the discussion will focus on strategic plans for the future of IFX
and for the Forum. Advance registration is required.
About the IFX Forum
Founded in 1997, the Interactive Financial eXchange (IFX) Forum is an
international not-for-profit industry association whose mission is to
develop IFX and promote its adoption as an open, interoperable standard
for financial data exchange, suitable for use by all sectors of the
financial services industry. The IFX Forum also promotes
interoperability of industry standards by working cooperatively with
other standards organizations and consortia.
Forum membership is open to organizations interested in contributing to
the development of open financial standards. Forum members include
financial institutions, hardware, software and service firms, and
related non-profit groups. The IFX Forum is currently organized into the
following Working Groups: ATM/POS; Branch Banking Services; Business
Banking; Card Management & Servicing, Liaison & Interoperability, Loans,
and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). IFX Forum Working Groups, in
concert with an Architecture Committee to coordinate their efforts,
develop open Internet-compatible messages for all sectors of the
financial services industry. To learn more about IFX Forum standards or
the benefits of IFX Forum membership, please visit www.IFXForum.org.
Judith Vanderkay, 781-876-6208
Source: IFX Forum