Through ongoing dedication to helping global customers improve transaction performance, reduce payment fraud loss and enhance the end-to-end customer experience, INETCO has been announced as a finalist for Best Solution for Improving Operations in the 2020 Best of FinXTech Awards.
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Learn how real-time transaction-level monitoring has helped a global card network provider monitor multiple Postilion switches amid growing transaction volumes.
As digital transaction volumes continue to creep up, so does the heightened sensitivity of people and businesses that are relying on withdrawals, deposits, real-time payment transfers and bill payment transactions to complete as expected in these stressful times.
ATM availability strategies continue to evolve and expand, mostly driven by easier data retrieval and growing customer demands. This blog offers a brief description of where we have come from, and what our future possibilities are
What is an electronic transaction? Answer: A simple action by a customer that quickly becomes very complex to execute. The term “transaction” is used by most people to describe everything from a stock trade to the transfer of money or… read more
In a post by Mohamed Dabo of Cards International, the CEO of INETCO and the Director of Barclaycard Payment Solutions shared their views on key payment fraud and security issues that will dominate the payments landscape in 2020.
Learn how INETCO helped banks, credit unions and payment service providers improve customer experience, detect fraud faster and optimize transaction performance in 2019.
Read Payments Business’ latest issue to learn how centralized, real-time transaction data is essential to combatting payment fraud.
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.
On November 21st, NCR issued a security alert for a new form of Transaction Reversal Fraud (TRF) occurring in the UK, typically between 10 PM and midnight on any given day.