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|German to English translations [PRO]|
Bus/Financial - Computers: Software / software developments for banking industry
|German term or phrase: Mandate|
|I asked this a while back but did not receive any answers.|
Projektleiter SEPA-Entwicklung bei der XXX Business Solutions GmbH
(Maskendesign SCT, SDD, *Mandate*; Integration in bestehende ZV-Lösung)
Project Manager SEPA-Development at XXX Business Solutions GmbH
(Mask design SCT, SDD, *mandates*; integration into existing ZV-solution)
My question here is rather regarding the term "mandates" standing by itself; shouldn't it be "SDD mandates" without the comma in between?!
Thank you in advance!
Apparently borrowed from (US) English usage.
SEPA Direct Debit (SDD) scheme
Similarly the scheme rules provide for a new SEPA-wide core and basic direct debit service, whereby one-off and repetitive payments are collected on behalf of creditors from debtors for items such as utility bills, subscriptions, insurance premiums and goods and services. The scheme provides for mandate creation, predictable and convenient time-cycles, appropriate refund rules and the necessary features to permit end to end straight-through-processing.
As to your second question, I'd leave the comma in, since SDD is apparently more than just mandates.
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I've seen SDD mandates, but this person seems to be involved in setting up clients for using the SEPA payment program. It seems to me, he's responsible for
Mask design SCT, SDD, client relationships, integration into existing payment transaction / method solutions (Zahlungsverkehr)
Not quite sure what SCT stands for, though..
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|Notes to answerer|
|Asker: Hi Suzie. I didn't use that because "client" to me should be Manda*n*ten.
I am not sure what it is that is being created here. |
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|May 1, 2008 - Changes made by Steffen Walter:|
|Field||Tech/Engineering » Bus/Financial|
|Field (specific)||Computers: Systems, Networks » Computers: Software|| |
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