INETCO provides real-time transaction monitoring software, transaction analytics applications and data forwarding tools for a variety of payment processing and omni-channel banking environments, including ATM, POS, Mobile Banking, Branch and Internet Banking.

Real-time Transaction Monitoring & Alerts

Identify third party, network or application performance issues before they impact customer service delivery and transaction completion times.

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Transaction Analytics for Self-service Banking

View on-demand transaction analytics and dashboards to identify new revenue streams and improve the customer experience across all banking channels.

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Latest Resources

Wednesday November 30, 2016
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EMV Monitoring and Analytics Webinar: How to Freeze Fraud While Keeping Your Transactions Moving

EMV is here, and we want your POS and ATM channels to be ready! Register for this webinar to learn how performance management and card analysis across all payments channels can positively impact EMV transaction acceptance

Friday October 21, 2016
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INETCO Analytics software for banking & customer engagement analytics

Watch this overview of INETCO Analytics to understand how visual insights into transaction data can help retail banks and payment processors win customers over one transaction at a time

Latest News

Tuesday January 17, 2017
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[Infographic] The Ultimate Guide to Winning the Überbanked Consumer

There is a new type of consumer that is challenging the banking industry. This new group is young, tech savvy, and growing alarmingly fast. Who are they? They are the Überbanked Consumer. Read this infographic to learn how you can win them over

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Shirley Taylor, ATM Channel Manager at BECU

“…The investment in both INETCO Insight and INETCO Analytics has given us on-demand access to the transaction data needed to streamline our reporting processes and deliver a better customer experience at our ATMs.”