TexStar National Bank is Live with EZswitch® 2012 and G4 Web-based Apps

tesxtar_logoUniversal City, TX : To take advantage of CSFi’s new G4 Web-based apps, TexStar National Bank has upgraded their EZswitch® Plus system to EZswitch® 2012. The simultaneous migration of their existing physical server to a VMware virtual machine increases system reliability while reducing the bank’s investment in hardware resources. With six locations and over $200 million in assets, TexStar National Bank will now rely on EZswitch 2012 to handle online processing of ATM-debit transactions for their account cardholders. Using EZswitch 2012, TexStar National Bank enhances their offering to their cardholders by introducing real-time balance updates, stand-in processing, enhanced fraud protection and a host of new features, including:

  • G4 Web-based Apps (for transaction research, cardholder research, system monitoring, and job/task schedule managing)
  • Stand-in authorization using a positive balance file (PBF) and/or card limits (the system will authorize using a PBF or card limits when the host authorizing system is unavailable)
  • Single point of card maintenance entry
    • Real-time online card maintenance (OLCM) interface (for Precision only)
    • Card maintenance batch file (CMBF) transmittal to the ATM/EFT network
  • Reconciliation subsystem
  • On-demand ATM/EFT network denial rules (a new CSFi client application)
  • ATM inactivity status updates
  • System health check monitoring
  • Upgrades to the latest version of Red Hat and IBM Informix Database
  • Support for Virtualization (VMware)

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By : Sales and Marketing /June 27, 2014 /EZswitch, News /0 Comment

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