ACI BASE24 and BASE24-eps

ACI BASE24 is an integrated set of software solutions offered by ACI Worldwide for banking and payments systems. It consists of a range of EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer) products that include:

This is an integrated EFT processing and switching system that provides ATM (Automated Teller Machine) management, transaction routing and authorization, host and interchange interfaces, settlement, management reporting, network control, and stored value functionality. Operating on the HPE NonStop platform, it provides a solution for delivering services through ATMs, kiosks and self-service devices.

This product is an automated authorization and payment system for debit and credit card transactions. It can act as an issuer and provide transaction authorization or act as an acquirer and receive transactions from point-of-sale terminals and the Internet. Again, operating on the HPE NonStop platform, BASE24-pos offers data integrity for these mission-critical applications.

BASE24-eps is an integrated payment engine that is used to acquire, authenticate, route, switch, and authorize financial transactions across multiple channels. It provides a full range of functionality to support payment transactions, including branch transactions, debit and credit at ATMs and point of sale, telephone banking, etc. BASE24-eps supports a broad range of computing environments and can be deployed on a variety of HP, IBM and Sun platforms.

Transact offers four main products for monitoring ACI BASE24 environments, these are:

  • XPNET Manager, which collects and manages a comprehensive set of status, configuration, performance and event information from BASE24 XPNET application components.

  • Transaction Manager, which is used to monitor Automated Teller Machine (ATM) and Point of Sale (POS) transaction details and includes analysis and reporting functions

  • Transaction Surveillance, which is designed to assist in the detection of fraudulent transactions on ATM and POS networks.

  • ATM Manager, which is used to manage problem tickets for faults detected on monitored ATMs. It also provides the facilities to automate problem resolutions or to attempt manual intervention.

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