EPCA 2007: Atos Origin to present innovative acquiring solutions and scenarios for online banking-based electronic payment processes in the SEPA age
As a sponsor of the EPCA (European Payments Consulting Association) Conference 2007, Atos Worldline, an Atos Origin Company, will be setting up an Information Stand at the Hotel Intercontinental in Frankfurt on 15 and 16 May, where the company will present its new payment transaction solutions and visions for implementation of SEPA and the era beyond.
Using computer presentations, Atos Worldline will demonstrate its innovative service-oriented system architecture (SOA) acquiring solutions. Its exposition of best practice will include a look at MERLIN, the Worldline Pay Acquiring Back-Office Solution, which was recently implemented as an enterprise application integration concept for a payment service provider. Atos Worldline will show how MERLIN can be integrated into modern system architectures as a service module and will present the completely new application scenarios that result from this integration. MERLIN functions can be combined with various services provided by iDEAL, a Dutch on-line payment system, for example, or linked with the Atos Worldline Internet Payment Solution.
Atos Worldline will present a scenario in which – in contrast to the ground up development of a monolithic system – aspects such as e-Commerce, internet payments, iDEAL acquiring processing and cards acquiring can be jointly managed in a single solution through the intelligent integration of existing services and systems.
On top of that, Atos Worldline will also provide an insight into the current state of national On-line Banking ePayment (OBeP) solutions and demonstrate blueprints for potential scenarios for realising a European ObeP strategy within the context of SEPA. Atos Worldline will explain the advantages and disadvantages of the various solutions approaches; such as the development of a single and uniform standard for on-line banking based electronic payments. An explanation will also be provided of the tasks that Atos Worldline is undertaking as part of the current strategic approach, and which it can also implement rapidly thanks its existing flexible service-oriented system architecture.
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