An interface to a regional, national or international network provides a financial institution with shared network services. Upon implemention, the financial institution can offer its customers a wider range of ATM and EFT-POS terminal usage. Most financial institutions in the United States connect to a regional network that also supports a gateway to an international network like MasterCard and Visa - click here for network interfaces supported in the USA.
In international markets, most financial institutions connect to a national switch and may also connect directly to international networks like MasterCard and Visa - click here for network interfaces supported internationally.
- Interface to a regional, national or international EFT network for shared network services
- Sending ATM and debit acquired transactions to the EFT network
- Receiving ATM and debit issuer transactions from the EFT network
- Gateway services through a regional EFT network to MasterCard and Visa in the USA
- Direct interfaces to Europay, MasterCard and Visa International
- Monitoring of the EFT network connection
- Generate additional fee income through acquired transactions
- Shared network providing greater availability of ATM and EFT-POS terminals available to your cardholders
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Note: If your preferred EFT Network is not already supported, most of today's EFT Networks use an ISO 8583 message format and TCP/IP communications. CSFi can normally tailor one of its existing interfaces to meet your needs.