BPC Banking Technologies, the payment software provider for the financial sector, has signed a new agreement with HP, the world’s largest technology company. Under the agreement, BPC’s SmartVista payments solution will be offered by HP on an outsourced basis to its customers worldwide.
SmartVista is a secure and integrated suite of sophisticated applications covering each aspect of electronic payments processing, as well as high performance authorisation switching and routing, full automated teller machine (ATM) and point of sale (POS) management, comprehensive card management, advanced fraud prevention, loyalty programme definition and management, card personalisation and production.
SmartVista also provides flexible billing and merchant management, integrated internet and mobile banking. The solution supports a full range of cards, including credit, debit, prepaid, gift, corporate, instant issue, virtual, contactless, loyalty cards and more.
BPC has worked together with HP for many years and they have many joint customers ranging in size from niche players with small ATM networks to organisations running tens of thousands of ATMs.
“This partnership increases our market opportunity by further opening up opportunities that require a lead systems integrator, hosting company or processor solution. We are delighted to take our partnership to the next level and we are certain that, together, we will offer a uniquely compelling proposition,” said Daragh O’Byrne, BPC’s chief marketing officer (CMO).
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