POSway Product Overview
POSway is communications gateway software that optimizes TCP/IP protocol conversions for dial-up POS and ATM terminals
In the competitive world of remote point-of-sale (POS) terminals and off-premise ATMs, financial institutions, ATM deployers and payment processors need to drive down operational costs. For many, this demands a hard look at dial-up connectivity cost of service.
POSway allows companies to migrate dial-up ATMs and POS terminals to connect over standard telecommunication networks without risk of service disruption to end customers. Many are already utilizing dial-up terminals instead of costly full-service terminals.
POSway connects any dial-up terminal to a transaction host or switch by providing protocol conversion for TCP/IP and other dial-up protocols, multiple host support, transaction aggregation, and extensive web-based management capabilities. POSway supports direct T1/E1 connectivity, making it possible for companies to utilize generic telecommunications networks and eliminate the need for third-party transaction networks.
Banks, credit unions, transaction processors, financial services and telecommunications providers use POSway communications gateway software to:
- Lower operational costs by utilizing dial-up terminals instead of costly full-service terminals
- Reduce transaction costs, such as per-transaction fees, that are paid out to third-party transaction network services
- Increase transaction volume and revenue generation opportunities through reliable connection to a wider range of dial-up POS terminals and ATMs
- Better manage communications risks such as transaction failures, protocol issues and service disruptions
- Reduce operating costs by running a dial-up POS and ATM transaction network on a existing IP backbone network
POSway deployment for dial-up terminals
“INETCO POSway and BankLink have "set and forget" installations. In the rare instances that we have needed technical support we have found the INETCO technicians to be knowledgeable and very willing to help us.“
Bill Lamb, VP of Information Technology
Central National Bank of Enid