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March 23, 2005

Voca launches broadband direct product to support Bacstel-IP migration

Secure payments processor Voca has launched Broadband Direct, a new submission channel intended to offer low cost business-to-business broadband connection for Bacstel-IP submissions and report collections.

By CBR Staff Writer

The new channel provides businesses that are running out of time to migrate their electronic payments to Bacstel-IP with a self-install, contended ADSL broadband connection, which according to the company can be delivered within 20 days of ordering.

Voca said the service will benefit businesses looking to move to low cost broadband technology linked directly into Voca’s secure private network for their payments. It works on a VPN IP infrastructure and is suitable for current dial-up customers and ISDN users as the connection is never switched off and there are no call charges.

If companies don’t want to go back to paying salaries by checks next year they have to migrate to Bacstel-IP, pointed out David Sear, commercial director for Voca. Migration is also the perfect time to review their payment submission channel for availibility and security. For many SMEs that will be Broadband Direct.

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