MX.3 is a mission-critical platform. It interacts with an ecosystem of third-party systems, external platforms and services.
Murex offers packaged interfaces between MX.3 and relevant third-party platforms to reduce deployment costs and time to market.
These interfaces encompass the data sourcing and trade processing life cycle. This ranges from market and reference data to execution, post-trade processing, clearing and settlement. It also includes regulatory reporting across asset classes.
Murex established partnerships with third-party vendors to efficiently develop, support and maintain these interfaces.
Murex offers an integration framework based on standard integration technologies. This framework allows clients and system integrator partners to develop customized inbound and outbound interfaces. Clients and partners can import and export trades, reference data, financial instruments, market data, counterparties, settlement instructions, collateral and limits, among other business objects. The framework allows clients and partners to build necessary integration workflows with relevant transformation, mapping and routing.
MX.3 supports all integration patterns and frequencies—real-time, event-driven and batch—and supports various financial messaging formats such as SWIFT, FpML or FIX.
External middleware and systems connectivity is achieved using standard technologies such as Kafka, MQ, JMS, REST, WebServices, SFTP or JDBC.
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