Learn how INETCO helped banks, credit unions and payment service providers improve customer experience, detect fraud faster and optimize transaction performance in 2019.
With holiday sales projecting to increase by 14% over the same time period in 2018, learn how one of the largest merchant acquirers in Latin America consistently maintains customer service levels, no matter the time of year.
With a growing number of customer transactions shifting to cards and the ATM self-service channel, Woodforest knew they needed to optimize the health of their electronic payments ecosystem.
Learn how BKM, Turkey’s national Switch provider, benefited from utilizing INETCO Insight to monitor their active-active, load balancing infrastructure.
Learn why E-Global, the largest electronic payments processor in Mexico, invested in a real-time data platform to unlock the full value of customer transactions.
With real life consequences linked to transaction slowdowns, bottlenecks or failures, Solutran deploys an active/active data architecture, utilizing INETCO Insight to maximize system uptime and provide real-time visibility into the complex, multi-node path of every transaction.
As self-service banking becomes even more accessible for consumers, it also opens the door to new potential fraud attacks. When juggling many different self-service banking platforms, financial institutions often lack the end-to-end visibility needed to protect these payment environments.
If omnichannel banking and digital transformation initiatives are topping your 2016 priority list, read this case study from UBA.
financial institutions are finding value in distilling “big data” into potent information about how consumers are using banking and payment channels.
As technical infrastructure manager for a global payment services provider, Paul Grieve knows, first-hand, the value of monitoring electronic transactions. He is responsible for ensuring large credit and debit transactions are processed, without a hitch, for high-net-worth customers spread over… read more