ACI Worldwide has announced the availability of its end-to-end ACI Universal Payments Platform.
The new platform is at the core of ACI’s Universal Payments (UP) strategy, focused on equipping financial institutions, payment processors and retailers to transform their traditional payments environments to address emerging opportunities, including mobile, social media and web payments.
The Universal Payments Platform is a solution that provides payments functionality to orchestrate all aspects of payments processing for any payment type, any channel, any currency and any network. Combined with ACI’s leading solutions, it delivers a SOA-based architecture that bridges existing systems with future needs.
“ACI is proud to build on our heritage of reliability and scalability to deliver a path to enterprise payments for our customers,” said Dan Frate, Executive Vice President, Global Markets and Product Management, ACI Worldwide. “With our UP strategy, ACI empowers customers with the control, choice and flexibility needed to face new challenges head on, turning industry disruption into a competitive advantage.”
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