Swallow Technology, a leading international provider of matching and exception processing solutions, has signed a local distributor agreement with Norman Technologies, a provider of global trade settlement IT consulting services. This North American distributorship licence enables Norman Technologies to sell, implement and support the Smart product suite.

“Partnering with Swallow Technology will help both parties introduce and implement a robust set of matching and compliance software solutions to the North American banking community,” says Rob Grzeszczak, president of Norman Technologies.

Norman Technologies has experience in the functional and technical areas of global payment systems and trade finance and provides a number of services including system implementation and project management. Swallow Technology will leverage Norman Technologies “expertise to implement its Smart Product suite.

Tony Waszkiewicz, CEO, Swallow Technology, comments, “This partnership introduces Smart to North America, and together with the services offered by Norman Technologies, we can provide the best solutions to the American marketplace”.

Established in 1984, Swallow Technology has provided reconciliation software to financial markets worldwide. Proven success has resulted in substantial growth of their business and client base, it claims.
Now, together with a global network of distributors and their offices in Iberia, Benelux and Singapore they continue to supply the world’s banks and financial institutions with new and innovative reconciliation, matching and exception solutions covering a wide variety of transactions, including Nostro, Treasury and Securities.

Visit Swallow Technology at www.swallowtech.com.
Norman Technologies (www.normantech.com) provides Global Trade Settlement technology consulting services, specifically in the areas of trade finance, payment execution and factoring. Primary consulting services include project management, systems integration, systems analysis/design/QA and custom application development. With offices in New York and Charlotte, Norman Technologies “client base includes First Union, The Royal Bank of Scotland, Toronto-Dominion Bank and Marubeni America Corp.