The IFX Forum is embarking on an important initiative for banks and their partners to collaborate on standardizing Open Banking APIs.
Registration is now live for the Fall 2017 Face-to-face meeting — join us in Santa Clara, California, where the focus will be on Open APIs.
How is the IFX specification used in production? Take a look at this summary of a recent survey of BMS users.
If you’re not participating in Standards Development, then you’re either re-inventing the wheel or playing by somebody else’s rules! The IFX standard contains thousands of data elements and hundreds of messages specifically designed for banks by banks and bank partners over 18 years. Our service-oriented, object-based message standard is ideal for API-enabled deployments, too.
The IFX Business Message Specification (BMS) began in 1998 and today is the industry-leading message standard for financial institutions using Service Oriented Architecture.
The IFX Business Message Specification covers a broad range of content for most retail and business banking needs, with more than 60 business objects and thousands of data elements.
Just getting started? Get oriented with training, narrated presentations and in-depth documentation.
Members, analysts and partners share their experience and analysis in case studies and white papers.
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