Hungarian ATM Service Provider Selects PROGNOSIS for Card Clearance

Friday 23 April 2004 10:40 CET | News

Giro Bankcard (GBC), the Hungarian-based ATM and Point of Sale (POS) transaction clearance company, has purchased PROGNOSIS systems management software to maintain the performance of its HP NonStop operational systems.

Majority owned by two of Hungarys largest banks, K&H Bank and HVB Bank, GBC was initially created in 1992 as an independent authorisation and switching centre that enables the mutual acceptance and clearing of bankcards issued by different financial institutions. GBC has based its IT infrastructure, on ACIs BASE24 software running on the high-availability HP NonStop platform. GBC will use PROGNOSIS to monitor both BASE24 calls and NonStop system metrics from the same window.

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