ACI Worldwide, a provider of electronic payment and banking systems, and Integrated Research, a provider of proactive performance management software, have announced the availability of Prognosis 10 for Payments. Developed by Integrated Research, Prognosis 10 powers ACI Payments Service Management to deliver completely integrated performance management for ACI payments and fraud management environments.
Cloud-enabled Prognosis 10 provides new options for in-depth monitoring and analysis of transactions, applications, IT infrastructure and payment devices to deliver deep business intelligence. The new capabilities include mobile access, powerful reporting and business insight.
“Prognosis 10 is a major new release in our leading payments solutions line. Organizations across the globe have come to rely on Prognosis to help them minimize costly outages, enhance fraud protection and cut the cost of productivity downtime that can damage both bottom line and reputation,” said Darc Rasmussen, CEO, Integrated Research. “ACI has a global footprint and leading position in the payments marketplace and we’re excited to bring this latest release to their broad customer base. Together, we’re delivering complete and integrated performance management solutions.”
“The payments industry is undergoing a dramatic shift. The critical nature of payments monitoring coupled with the growing need for financial institutions to have anytime, anywhere access to real-time data makes Prognosis 10 the logical choice for system health monitoring, reporting and insight,” said William Proctor, vice president and product line manager, ACI Worldwide. “Our long-standing partnership with Integrated Research gives our payment and fraud customers the industry’s most comprehensive options for real-time transaction and system monitoring.”
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