EFT Network Interfaces

EFT Network Interface Support

Solution Summary

CSFi software is designed to connect to multiple Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) switching networks like Visa or MasterCard. EFT networks (a.k.a. “switch networks”) are used as gateways to route foreign transactions to another bank or authorizing system.  The CSFi transaction processing engine operates to handle the base logic for processing the transaction in the system, and then uses unique interfaces to switch the transaction to the various EFT networks when external authorization or routing is required.

Supported Interface Formats:

    • ISO 8583 (87/93 formats)
    • XML
    • Web Services (SOAP XML)
    • CSFi Proprietary Format


usa_boxDomestic (USA) EFT Networks

The below slider presentation lists all EFT networks popularly used in the United States that CSFi software is capable of interfacing to. Please use the sliding arrows on each side to search for a particular supported interface.

    • Elan/Genpass
    • Fiserv STAR
    • FIS Network
    • Fiserv EFT
    • NYCE
    • Pulse
    • Shazam
    • The Advantage Network
    • Transfund (FIS)
    • Vantiv – Worldpay
    • Visa DPS

EFT Networks (Domestic USA)

  • fdrstarFiserv STAR

    Since 1984, they have provided real-time, PIN-secured transaction processing, as well as products and services that help retailers, financial institutions, processors, billers, and independent sales organizations realize more value from PIN debit.

    First Data STAR Website


    For more than 35 years, SHAZAM has provided nearly 1,500 community financial institutions with an independent source and voice in the electronic payments industry. We are one of the last member-owned, member-controlled, and not-for-profit payments networks in the industry today.

    Shazam Website

  • fiserv_logoFiserv EFT/EPOC

    For decades, Fiserv has developed industry-leading financial services technology solutions to meet clients’ ever-changing needs. Since our formation in 1984, Fiserv  has grown by finding the right resources to meet clients’ technology needs.

    Fiserv Website

    fis_logoFidelity Information Systems (FIS)

    FIS™ is the world’s largest global provider dedicated to banking and payments technologies. With a long history deeply rooted in the financial services sector, FIS serves more than 14,000 institutions in over 100 countries.

    (Includes eFunds, Metavante, and NYCE Networks)

    FIS Global Website

  • transfund_logoTransfund (FIS)

    For decades, TransFund has been a symbol of convenience for consumers and their financial institutions. We offer a strong, integrated mix of payment products, including ATM and debit cards and merchant credit card processing programs, all backed by TransFund’s unparalleled reputation for quality and service.

    Transfund Website


    The New York Currency Exchange is an interbank network connecting the ATMs of various financial institutions in the United States and Canada. NYCE also serves as an EFTPOS network for NYCE-linked ATM cards. NYCE is based in Secaucus, New Jersey.

    NYCE Website

  • pulse_logoPulse

    The third-largest debit/ATM network in the U.S., PULSE is a subsidiary of Discover Financial Services, a direct banking and payment services company with one of the most recognized brands in U.S. financial services.

    Pulse Website

    Worldpay (FIS)

    Formerly known as the Vantiv, Worldpay has been providing innovative payment processing solutions for over 45 years. Understanding customer needs and challenges, and providing great service and cutting-edge technology to make their businesses more convenient and successful.

    Worldpay Website

  • pulse_logoThe Advantage Network

    The Advantage Network is a regional provider of EFT services. Our products and services include debit and stored-value programs, ATM driving and monitoring, and in-house card production.

    The Advantage Network Website

    visadps_logoVisa DPS

    Visa DPS is the world’s largest processor of Visa transactions and the choice of leading financial institutions around the globe. Handling some 18 billion transactions a year, and with more than 100 million accounts on file.

    VisaDPS Website


world_boxInternational EFT Interfaces

The below slider presentation lists all International EFT networks CSFi software is capable of interfacing with around the World. Please use the sliding arrows on each side to search for a particular supported interface.

Global Networks

      • Visa International
      • MasterCard Worldwide

Regional Switches

    • Bancnet(Philippines)
    • Benefit(Bahrain)
    • BNETS (Suriname)
    • Borica(Bulgaria)
    • BROM(Romania)
    • CarIFS (Barbados)
    • CSC(Lebanon)
    • CTM(Lebanon)
    • Delta(Greece)
    • DIAS(Greece)
    • Iraq Switch
    • IPN(Lebanon)
    • JCC(Cyprus)
    • JETS(Jamaica)
    • K-Net(Kuwait)
    • Mega-Link(Philippines)
    • NAPS(Qatar)
    • NPCI/NFS(India)
    • SAMA SPAN(Saudi Arabia)
    • SEMA(Singapore)
    • UAE National Switch

EFT Networks (International)

  • tataVisa International

    Visa is a global payments technology company that enables consumers, businesses, financial institutions and governments to use electronic payments instead of cash and checks. Visa has built one of the world’s most advanced processing networks – VisaNet.

    Visa International Website

    MasterCard Worldwide

    For more than four decades, MasterCard has been a driving force at the heart of commerce, making the global economy safer, more efficient, more inclusive and more transparent for all.

    MasterCard Worldwide Website

  • Regional EFT Networks:

    • Bancnet (Philippines)
    • Benefit (Bahrain)
    • BNETS (Suriname)
    • Borica (Bulgaria)
    • BROM (Romania)
    • CarIFS (Barbados)
    • CSC (Lebanon)
    • CTM (Lebanon)
    • Delta (Greece)
    • DIAS (Greece)
    • IPN (Lebanon)
    • JCC (Cyprus)
    • JETS (Jamaica)
    • K-Net (Kuwait)
    • Mega-Link (Philippines)
    • NAPS (Qatar)
    • NPCI/NFS (India)
    • SAMA SPAN (Saudi Arabia)
    • SEMA (Singapore)
    • UAE National Switch

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