March 20, 2012

ACI Worldwide, a New York-based international payments systems provider, today announced the release of the newest version of its BASE24-eps integrated payment solution for acquiring, authenticating, switching, and authorizing financial transactions across multiple channels.

According to ACI, the new version is designed to lower total cost of ownership for its clients while also expanding choice, through its enhanced multi-platform architecture that supports various deployment options. The solution is designed for retail banks use, ATM and POS transaction processors and merchant acquirers.

Other new features of the product include support for NCR's newest NDC standard message interface, extending EMV and key management support and adding a new POS ISO acquiring interface.

"We're extremely proud of the progress and latest improvements we've made with BASE24-eps," said David Morem, EVP of Global Products and Maintenance for ACI Worldwide in a statement. "The product is now proven in some of the largest environments across a wide range of payment applications, delivering business flexibility without compromising the reliability, scalability and performance our customers expect."

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