At the core
The bank can easily decide how to manage its operations and
what parts of the process will be automated. Through a web-based interface, the admin can define classes of service for various profiles, customize user experiences, define hierarchies of agents and calculate their commissions.
TagPay uses MariaDB, an enhanced, drop-in replacement for MySQL and one of the most popular databases in the world. TagPay uses MariaDB because it is fast, scalable and robust, with a rich ecosystem of storage engines and plugins, among other tools.
TagPay o ers a wide portfolio of digital financial services, processed in real-time. The transaction engine supports all back-o ice operations. TagPay’s digital financial services are all available and accessible at product delivery. (TagPay currently manages more than 50 di erent types of transactions to support a full range of digital financial services.)
Strong authentication engine
TagPay is committed to secure all of its electronic core banking transactions and integrates strong authentication and encryption mechanisms throughout its system, including NSDT™,
3DES and biometry.
Full redundancy and backup
To ensure ultimate availability of the bank’s operations, TagPay’s architecture applies the most advanced rules. All the capabilities of cloud hosting are used to prevent and react in case of failure. Mirroring and online real-time backup technologies, with multi-site operations guarantee the bank with the most reactive recovery procedure.
TagPay has Know Your Customer (KYC) and anti-money laundering (AML) tools. The TagPay client bank can easily adjust these tools to the requirements of local regulations to ensure strict compliance with local laws.
TagPay provides a set of business-specific modules. Fully independent from the central processing engine, these modules are easily adaptable and do not require to change the core system. They enable the management of the full life cycle of various products with integrated, easy-to-use interfaces.