Thanksgiving is a time for expressing your gratitude towards those who mean the most to you. Whether that means making your secret pumpkin pie recipe or ensuring that your customers’ transactions go off without a hitch, it’s all about showing your appreciation.
Here at INETCO, we know that your #1 priority during the holiday rush is knowing that your customers can depend on you for all their banking and payments needs, from mobile and POS payments to cash withdrawals at the ATM.
From Thanksgiving to Christmas, consumer spending is at its highest, and in turn provides the highest chance of fraudulent card usage, man-in-the-middle attacks, failed transactions, and overloaded network switches. Not only do consumer facing mobile applications, POS and ATM devices need to be ready for increased usage, payment processors and service providers need to ensure that their systems are working seamlessly, minimizing risk end-to-end. While many consumers rely on these payment systems for buying gifts for the holiday season, they are also integral to providing transportation to see loved ones and keeping the power on during Thanksgiving dinner.
So how do you make sure your payments systems and ATM fleets are ready for these increased levels of transactions and risk of fraudulent transactions?
This is where deeper analysis of customer usage patterns and investment in ongoing, real-time transaction monitoring solutions becomes critical. The ability to operate with an enterprise wide, end-to-end operations view into the performance of all payments can help you to:
- Experience 65 -75% faster isolation of transaction slowdowns, time outs, and failures
- Reduce failed consumer interactions and slowdowns by 25%
- Improve uptime and availability across all customer facing payments channels
- Reduce the number of customer reported incidents and undetected transaction anomalies
- Much more!
If you are interested in exploring how real-time transaction monitoring and data streaming can help you to increase payments systems availability and to combat new advanced persistent threats, join us for our upcoming webinar on November 28th at 9AM EST / 4PM SAST with payment solutions experts Stanchion:
Upcoming Webinar: 3 Ways to Improve Early Warning Fraud Detection at the ATM
Date: Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM – 9:45 AM EST / 4:00 PM – 4:45 PM SAST
If you want to learn more, but you cannot attend, please email Stacy Gorkoff at , and we can arrange a more convenient time to discuss.