Extends authorisation features, including match and hold processing, and support for check processing
ACI Worldwide, a provider of electronic payment software, has released a new version of BASE24-eps, a software for online payments processing, with enhanced functionality to meet changing customer needs.
According to ACI Worldwide, the BASE24-eps manages electronic payment devices, acquires transactions across many different channels, and performs high-volume switching, routing and authorisation services. The new BASE24-eps Release 1.0 Version 09.2 extends its authorisation features, including match and hold processing, and support for check processing, and increases operational efficiency and monitoring capabilities.
The company said that the new version of BASE24-eps addresses customer globalisation needs with new features including support for multi-byte character sets as used in Asia and the Middle East, which enables users in those regions to store, display and print data in local language. It extends region specific functionality with new components for deployments in Australia, China, Germany, Greece, New Zealand, Spain and the US.
In addition, the new version comes with enhanced automated installation process and pre-authorisation scripts are provided. It also provides support for deployments of BASE24-eps on IBM System z.
Louis Blatt, chief product officer at ACI Worldwide, said: “BASE24-eps is in use by organisations of all sizes around the world, with customers using it to process the highest transaction volumes. The new version of the product gives financial institutions greater agility by providing more functionality and enabling them to meet customer demands for more flexible, tailored solutions. For organisations that want to implement a next-generation payments solution, such as those upgrading from BASE24, the new version of BASE24-eps makes that as straightforward as possible.”