Heartland Payment Systems (NYSE:HPY), a leading provider of credit/debit/prepaid card processing, payroll, check management and payments services, and transmodus today announced the successful launch of their check management systems utilizing Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).
transmodus is a technology leader in network-enabled remote deposit and check management automation.
SOA integrates high-volume-oriented electronic payment services into vertical business applications and point-of-sale (POS) software packages - unifying front- and back-office functionalities into one platform. It enables providers of business management software - including vertical application providers, integrators, VARs and software providers with high processing volumes - to easily include check management services in their existing application interface menus. This technology platform integrates a complete bank-neutral check management solution - from remote deposit capture through the recovery of bounced checks.
According to Tony Capucille, director of check services at Heartland, SOA offers business owners the convenience of accepting check payments through their POS systems.
"This makes check acceptance easier for business owners because they don't require stand-alone hardware," Capucille detailed. "This convenience - combined with the support of Heartland's sales and service force of 1,700 professionals nationwide - brings added value to business owners who want to leverage this unique technical solution and enhance their operations."
"A comprehensive SOA layer makes check management and processing ubiquitous," noted Michael Shirman, chief technology officer at transmodus. "We view the delivery of remote deposit with full check management via SOA as a pivotal point in the evolution of our platforms - a benefit to software developers and business owners alike."