Cisco to upgrade Credorax’s data centre network in new partnership
Communications technology giant Cisco is set to upgrade Credorax’s data centre network with additional capacity and latency capabilities, driving enhanced operational efficiency.
Credorax specialises in smart acquiring and cross-border processing for ecommerce and omnichannel retail payments as a NextGen licenced merchant-acquiring bank.
Cisco’s upgrades wil set it even further apart from the competition in terms of speed, consistency, multi-continent redundancy and more.
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The Credorax platform has 99.999% availability for payments processing on top of its broad array of services and solutions, which include a range of card and alternative payment methods, KYC screening, smart fraud solutions, hosted payment pages, and an array of business intelligence and data solutions.
“Cisco is committed to do its utmost to provide its customers with the most innovative technologies while maintaining uncompromising quality,” said Cisco-Israel General Manager, Oren Sagi, in Credorax’s press release.
“We are excited to collaborate with Credorax and help them develop the fastest and most reliable payments gateway possible. I am confident that this project is the first milestone for a successful cooperation between the two companies.”
Moshe Selfin, COO and CTO of Credorax, added: “We’re thrilled join forces with Cisco. We have always strived to provide best-class service to our customers, and are confident that by incorporating Cisco’s network platform for data capacity and processing speed into our NextGen payments and acquiring platform, we are offering our merchants the best technology on the market.”