Where it all started

Linx was created in 1997 to make it easier to adapt to a client’s changing requests when we integrated SWIFT into their trading system. Linx is now actively used by customers ranging from multinational banks and insurers to tiny media houses.

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The Beginning

First version of Linx (then called Connex) created for Old Mutual. Born out of changing requests to integrate SWIFT into their trading system.

1997
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Connex Sold

Connex sold to Peregrine Systems

1998
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Starting Again

Based in London, Twenty57 decides to develop Linx again but base it on programming constructs not workflow, as was the case for Connex.

2001
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Linx 2

Digiata, a Linx partner, grows rapidly using the competitive advantage afforded by Linx.

2003 - 2008
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Linx 3

Linx 3 arrives as an experimental version. It was never released.

2008
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New Functions

Support for barcodes, PDF documents, Fincad functions and several banking formats added

2009 - 2011
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Linx 4

Linx 4 released. The new version now generates code.

2011
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Linx 5

Linx 5 is born with a complete overhaul of the UI. The new plugin architecture enhances the flexibility of the platform.

2014
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BETA Version

First launch of Linx 5 BETA version.

June 2015
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New Metrics based UI

The new Linx 5 Server gets a whole new metrics based UI.

2016
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Beta Removed

Linx removes BETA and becomes freely available on the open market.

2017

About Twenty57

Linx is a product of Twenty57.
Twenty57 develops industrial strength applications for the financial services industry. Their  products focus on integration, business process management, automation, reconciliation and reporting.

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