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Release 42 includes the following enhancements: Back-Fill Speed Improvement We have added the ability to increase the frequency of runs for those needing a backfill of rates into past dates. This means your backfill requests can now be completed much sooner than in the past. Allow Immediate Retry The...

We're pleased to announce that FXLoader won the ISV Innovative category at the UK Oracle User Group Partner of the Year Awards. This is the first time we have entered these awards, so we are very grateful to our customers who voted for us. The awards...

Date: 30th September 2016 Release 40 includes the following enhancements: Integration with Oracle E-Business Suite via Integrated SOA Gateway You can now send rates from FXLoader Cloud Service to your E-Business Suite application. We will be publishing a more detailed post on this option soon and why you...

Date: 2nd September 2016 Release 39 includes the following enhancements: Colombia Central Bank Rates The official rates from COP to USD, published by the Colombian Central Bank, are now available in FXLoader via a subscription to Xignite....

Date: 16th August 2016 Release 38 includes the following enhancements: Period Average By Currency Set and Instance We've added the ability to restrict the period average calculations by currency or by instance you loaded into. This could be useful if you need to backfill just a subset of...

Date: 12th August 2016 Release 37 includes the following enhancements: Qlikview REST Service A new REST service providing access to your FX rates in Qlikview format is now available. Please contact us if this may be useful....

We've implemented some improvements to the FXLoader Cloud Service over the last few months, so thought it would be a good idea to pull them all together and let you know about them. As always, please get in contact if you'd like further details on any...

So you have a multi-currency ERP/accounting application. It has a place to enter FX rates and great functionality to use them for converting transactions, revaluations, etc. But where should you get those rates from? Most accounting principles allow a market rate to be used, for the...

Our two most popular sources of currency rates are OANDA and Xignite. Both provide Bid and Ask rates for each currency pair, as well as the Mid-point between Bid and Ask. However, there are slight differences in what the rates represent over time. OANDA publishes their rates...

Currency exchange rates are needed in ERP applications, to convert foreign currency transactions to the reporting currency of your organization(s). But where do you get those rates from? The accounting principles for most countries allow a market rate for the date or month in question. However,...