Electrum Digital Payments is a high performance real-time enterprise transaction processing solution for the secure, reliable processing of digital payments. Use Electrum to accept and process the payments your business needs with included integrations to leading digital payments providers.
Specifically designed for banks, retailers and mobile operators operating in emerging markets, Electrum Digital Payments not only supports card transactions but also mobile banking, e-commerce, money transfer, prepaid products, loyalty, e-wallets and bill payments.
The Electrum Platform has been built to provide the agility necessary to support new and emerging transaction types. It also comes with a wide range of legacy integrations to leverage your existing investments. Electrum eliminates the need to process digital transactions through a costly legacy card switch.
Electrum Platform Features
Open Systems, High Performance
Electrum is built in Java and runs on several commonly used database management systems. Currently used by some of the largest retailers and banks in Africa to process billions of transactions annually.
Ideal for Reducing IT and Operations Risk
Electrum maintains an in-house team of IT and operational risk experts for continuous risk management processes. Customers can access our extensive documentation library to achieve organisation risk management goals, standards and certifications, such as ITIL COBIT PCI-DSS and ISO27001.
Redundant software architecture provides extremely reliable service without arcane monolithic hardware technology. Customer reference sites provide first-hand evidence.
Encapsulates complex business orchestration logic in re-useable components.
Electrum publishes RESTful API’s for rapid development, testing and integrations.
Continuous Delivery and MicroServices
Automated independent service deployments allow for continuous delivery solution development processes, ideal for large complex banking organisations.
Support for Industry Standards
Electrum supports banking industry standards as well as those of new emerging technologies.