07 February 2016

Netcall secures PA-DSS accreditation

11 June 2012  |  1465 views  |  0 Source: Netcall

Netcall plc (AIM: NET), a leading supplier of customer engagement solutions, is pleased to announce it has received Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA-DSS) accreditation for its automated telephony payment solution "Netcall Payments".

Netcall Payments provides a fast, accurate and secure payment transaction process for organisations and includes a generic interface to existing back office systems. The solution can be embedded into existing business processes such as an order completion service and can be deployed as a fully automated 24x7 service preventing card data being handled by staff reducing the risk of compromising data.

Netcall Payments supports a wide range of third party systems including Barclays ePDQ, Capita Axis, Paypoint, Comms XL, SecureCXL, BT Buynet, SmartPay, Retail Logic and Northgate Paris.

Henrik Bang, CEO of Netcall, commented, "Netcall Payments enables customers to make payments securely and conveniently while allowing organisations to create efficiencies through the automation of repetitive tasks, thereby freeing up staff for more valuable activities. We have seen a strong demand for our payment solutions from customers across several verticals and have secured the first order based on the accreditation. Current Netcall Payment customers include Interflora, Northumbria University and Swale Borough Council." 

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