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  • ACI Announces Global Partnership with Avada Software LLC

    Monday, January 23, 2006

    (Omaha, Neb. – 23 January 2006) – ACI Worldwide (Nasdaq: TSAI), a leading international provider of enterprise payment solutions, today announced a global partnership with Avada Software LLC. The partnership allows ACI to distribute Avada’s Infrared360™ product. Addressing the requirements inherent to IBM WebSphere® MQ (WMQ) environments, Infrared360 is J2EE compliant, agentless technology for the WMQ family of products. Built as a platform independent J2EE web application, Infrared360 enables organizations to better manage their WMQ infrastructure without the need to deploy labor intensive agent software.

  • Transaction Systems Architects, Inc. To Release First Quarter 2006 Financial Results

    Tuesday, January 17, 2006

    Omaha, NE—(BUSINESS WIRE)—January 17, 2006— Transaction Systems Architects Inc. ( Nasdaq: TSAI ), will hold its quarterly conference call to discuss first quarter financial results on Tuesday, January 31, 2006 at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time (4 p.m. Central Time).

  • ACI Worldwide Launches Retail Commerce Server

    Thursday, January 12, 2006

    (Omaha, Neb. – 12 January 2006) – ACI Worldwide (NASDAQ: TSAI), a leading international provider of enterprise payment solutions, today announced the availability of the ACI Retail Commerce Server™, the company’s next generation retail solution. Built on years of retail industry experience and customer input, the Retail Commerce Server is an enterprise payment solution that allows merchant retailers to tailor their payment acceptance strategy to maximize profits, manage transaction fees and optimize the customer purchase experience.

  • Survey Highlights Trend Toward Enterprise Payment Systems, Use of Open Platforms

    Tuesday, January 03, 2006

    (Omaha, Neb. – 3 January 2006) – ACI Worldwide (Nasdaq: TSAI), a leading international provider of enterprise payment solutions, today announced survey results in which nearly three-fourths of business executives said they expect their organization to take steps toward the integration of retail and wholesale (consumer and corporate) payment systems in the next five years. A similar percentage said they expect to operate mission-critical applications on open systems platforms. The responses were gathered by payments software provider ACI Worldwide as part of its annual customer satisfaction survey. ACI clients include many of the world's largest banks, retailers and payment processors.