Transaction Network Services Provides Seamless Connectivity to Multiple Payment Processors
FREMONT, CA: Transaction Network Services (TNS), a provider of data communications and interoperability solutions, launches TNSConnect2All, a new global message translation conversion service to enable merchants, Independent Sales Organization (ISOs) and terminal providers save time and money by easily connectingto multiple acquirers and processors through one connection to TNS.
TNSConnect is a cost effective solution that uses private IP, X.25 or Virtual Private Network (VPN) connectivity to provide secure and fully managed connectivity for the transmission of credit, debit, charge and fuel card payments. The new release, TNSConnect2All, a generic protocol conversion service has been designed to provide a single messaging specification to effortlessly access the unique interfaces of multiple payment processors, with no need of additional formatting. Theservice has been integrated with optional value-added solutions such as encryption and tokenization that makes security in Near Field Communication (NFC) transactions better than before.
Establishing a strong global presence with corporate offices and network operating centers in the USA, UK and Australia, TNS has been able to build sophisticated monitoring and management tools and a team of experienced, dedicated operations and customer service experts. Apart from providing real-time information on the performance of customer’s communication services, TNS also works towards helping customers evolve their business.
With a broad portfolio of solutions that includes secure and resilient transaction delivery services, IDS has been successfully meeting the requirements of many of the top banks, transaction processors, and ATM deployers around the world. Through its innovative payment gateway services, A key part of all TNS solutions is the TNS Secure Payments Network, a PCI certified network designed to securely deliver critical payment transaction information to banks, merchants, processors and other payment institutions.
“With TNSConnect2All, TNS’ customers simply write to one core payment message specification, rather than having to write to multiple individual processor formats and protocols, enabling them to achieve vital time and cost savings. This flexibility is of critical importance as our customers face overwhelming pressure to keep pace with technological change as well as evolving consumer demands. By removing the complexity associated with working with multiple acquirers we are helping them retain their focus on their core business activities,” says Lisa Shipley, Executive Vice President and Managing Director, TNS.
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