At AIRS CONSULTING Business relationship are based on a Best Practice approach.



  •   Knowledge of the Finance & Banking field, its expectations

  •   Ethical behavior to gain the trust and respect of stakeholders

  •   Motivation to ensure a constant commitment to the objectives

  •   Availability and flexibility to facilitate adaptation to new demands and to meet deadlines

  •   A particular vision of the relationship of trust and a professional conscience

  •   Commitment to satisfy end user expectations: Presentations, Demonstrations, Training

  •   Efficiency, Safety, Reliability, Optimization are part of our concerns.

Flow Integration

The Incentage Research and Development team based in Fehraltorf near Zurich, has over than 15 years experience in the field of EAI and in the design and development of middlewares for the Financial world. It goes without saying as the multiplicity of skills (messaging, standards....) grouped together within the team.


The Incentage middleware (IMS) is the result of this expertise complemented by the use of the latest technologies, such as Java, but also from the experience gained from research activities at the ETH Zurich in particular in the XML field.


Early at its initialization, IMS has received a clear and precise architecture. The result is lower development costs and a very efficient maintenance.


AIRS has contributed to the implementation of IMS in particular projects in Switzerland and in The Netherland. Our staff is regularly trained on new developments of the following products:


  • IMS - Incentage Middleware Suite controls and channels messages, making sure they arrive at the right destination on time with maximum STP rates guaranteed, it is well placed at the best junction of your IT applications where it intercepts, identifies, converts, route and distributes any type of financial message.


  • ISB - Incentage Service Bus orchestrates message flows with strict logic and structures large data volumes. It avoids failures, jams, detours and delays


  • IPC - Incentage Process Cockpit masters all messaging processes and losslessly monitors traffic. It gives you the assurance of having your communication under control.



ECB tells firms to buck up Sepa migration efforts

ECB tells firms to buck up Sepa migration efforts

The European Central Bank (ECB) has warned that many companies are leaving Sepa migration too late, leaving themselves open to serious problems when the February 2014 deadline arrives.

In a report, the ECB says that with just 11 months until the migration deadline for Sepa (Single euro payments area) credit transfers and direct debits, large swathes of the continent is behind schedule.

While most corporations have already completed the planning phase and know what Sepa will mean for them in practical terms, a number have adopted very late internal deadlines for actual implementation, waiting until the end of 2013. This is a "source of concern", in particular when it comes direct debits, warns the report.

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