UP BASE24-eps

UP BASE24-eps provides a full range of functionality to support payments – from traditional card, ATM and bank branch transactions through to all forms of mobile commerce and internet banking.

Key benefits

  • Core payment engine

    Supporting your issuing and acquiring products and services

  • Highly extensible authorization processing

    Supported through a powerful scripting engine

  • Ensures service level and information consistency across customer touch points

  • Provides comprehensive and extensible support for consumer e-payment transactions

  • Offers support for a wide range of POS devices, ATM Self Service and global and regional payment network interfaces

  • Supports new e-commerce delivery channels, including Internet-based payment services and mobile devices

  • Provides flexible switching and routing to major networks, card associations and processors

  • Enables high-volume, high availability processing through a scalable, fault-tolerant software architecture

  • Multi-platform availability

    Allows a user to deploy BASE24-eps on the infrastructure that fits their strategic direction

  • Facilitates high productivity

    With a user interface built around task-oriented workflow to streamline management and operation

Additional information

  • Award-winning

    BASE24-eps named the Most Innovative Financial Services Solution in the 2011 Financial World Innovation Awards

  • Request standard POS device message specifications

    Request a manual describing the ACI standard POS message exchanged between a host and third-generation POS devices or controllers

  • Truly global

    BASE24-eps engineered from ground up to meet global requirements including a multi-language user interface, and double-byte character support

  • Core component of our end-to-end issuing and acquiring solutions

    With off the shelf interoperability with other ACI solutions, including card management, merchant acquiring, settlement and fraud prevention products

  • Supports critical global functionality like EMV and multicurrency processing

  • Gives users the ability to define application logic such as authentication and journaling without having to modify source code

  • Uses industry-standard technologies such as Java, C++ and XML