ProgressSoft Concludes Participation at the Central Bank Payments Conference in Amsterdam

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ProgressSoft, world-leading provider of real-time payment solutions, concluded its participation in the first edition of the Central Bank Payments Conference which took place in Amsterdam from June 26-28, 2017.

Focused on payments and payment system issues from a central bank perspective, the conference was organized by the most significant players in payment systems in the banking and financial industry across the globe. Speakers who are experts in their fields, from private institutions that come under the oversight of central banks, shared information on the most current relevant concerns, challenges, and opportunities facing the industry.

The two-day conference addressed topics such as next generation payment services, the future of clearing, and currency research, amongst many other crucial issues facing central banks across the globe. More than 130 delegates from 48 countries listened to speakers from the European Central Bank, Banque de France, the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructure (CPMI), the World Bank, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and many more central banks, clearing houses, banks and financial institutions.

A lead sponsor of the event as well as a leading provider of real-time payment solutions, ProgressSoft participated in this pioneering event to take part in discussions that will develop innovative solutions for the payments industry, encouraging efficiency and improvement. ProgressSoft has, over its 28 year history, developed a focused set of solutions that have been implemented in 370 banks and central banks in 24 countries around the world.

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