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November 15, 2010

USDT launches XsettleDR disaster recovery offering for online merchants

XsettleDR neutralises footprints when not in recovery mode

By CBR Staff Writer

US Digital Transactions (USDT), a provider of payment processing technologies and disaster recovery offerings, has released its XSettleDR, a disaster recovery offering designed for eCommerce / online merchants.

XSettleDR enables merchants to control re-routing of their payment acceptance traffic with zero down time by providing protection at every potential failure point, enabling businesses to continue to accept payments for goods and services without interruption.

XSettleDR routes transactions according to its pre-defined least cost routing and pre-emptive fixed rules.

USDT CEO Greg Wooten said when not in recovery mode, XSettleDR is capable of neutralising its own footprint and more often than not generating additional net new revenue.

XSettleDR is capable of running in a multi-thread environment that functions in tandem with existing payment processing infrastructures.

Research indicates that more than half of all merchants that generate the majority of their sales from card-not-present (CNP) transactions have at least one single point of failure in their payment processing architecture.

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This catastrophic condition can result in an enterprise-wide payment acceptance failure, effectively shutting down the entire merchants operation.

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