“Transactions tend to become smaller in value and larger in frequency: without automation there is no way we can scale securely or react on time”


About xTRACE

xTRACE turns financial messaging data and related events into actionable insights across the transaction life cycle for business activity monitoring, transaction integrity surveillance and service level monitoring. As transactions are tracked, alerts on any discrepancy defined by you are flagged up and actions and tasks are allocated to the relevant source.

Trace, alert, action in real time - any time: xTRACE

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Following (sets of) data in real-time in heavy duty transaction environments is of vital importance to any bank or infrastructure that plays a core role in a larger ecosystem and economy. Tracing leads to alerts, to insights, to action and reaction.

Transaction Tracking

Messages can be tracked at any point in the processing flows, giving instant status updates. Reconciling and delivering notifications on any part of the lifecycle flow, creates maximum visibility and control over end-to-end operations.

Business Activity Monitoring

Operational bottlenecks not only cause disruption, they might have unintended financial and business consequences. Discrepancies are detected in real-time and alerts are raised to the relevant systems for immediate action.

Transaction Integrity Surveillance

Collusion fraud incidents start small and have accumulated massive impact. Early detection of fraudulent or falsified transactions is key. xTRACE raises alerts on time so preventive measures can be taken to limit financial and reputational loss.


xTRACE allows the configuration of rules that trigger alerts either on the basis of transaction data related events, in short on anything exceptional, good or bad. From fraud to vital high value transactions. Fully automated for instant response.

MT to MX linking

xTRAIL supports the visual comparison of MT and MX messages in the context of ISO 20022 migration.

The MT and MX message payloads are associated so that the end-user can open a dialogue where both messages are shown next to one another.