November 20, 2005 - SINGAPORE
Capital OK set up the company Payment Solution and launched a new pre-paid co-branded card on WAY4 software payment processing solution. The card is designed to be sold at retail outlets and allows users to make payments, transfer money from card to card, and add credits to pre-paid cell phone services. It is aimed at people such as students and teenagers who want all the convenience of a credit card but who do not yet qualify for such services.
September 1, 2005 - SINGAPORE
OpenWay, an international software developer, today announced that its switch and card management solution, WAY4, has successfully demonstrated fault tolerance capability running on Oracle Real Application Clusters at the Oracle-Red Hat Linux Enterprise Applications Porting (LEAP) Centre in Singapore.
May 30, 2005 - Paris, France and Brussels, Belgium
In order to meet its strategic goals, SETIB, a member of the France Telecom Group, sought a new state-of-the-art comprehensive financial transaction processing platform to extend its electronic payment services. After detailed analysis of available solutions, SETIB selected the WAY4 solution, developed by OpenWay.
March 20, 2005 - Brussels, Belgium and Moscow, Russia
Operating on HP’s latest Superdome platform, WAY4 brings together Hewlett Packard, global provider of financial IT Solutions, and OpenWay, leader in financial transaction processing technologies, to demonstrate their advantage in scalability and fault redundancy, thus positioning their solution to replace mainframes as the backbone in the banking and financial payment industry.
February 12, 2005 - Brussels, Belgium and Almaty, Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan National Processing Center and KazPost have jointly released under the KazCard brand a chip payment card based on WAY4 Pre-Authorised. The KazCard project is deployed with products from companies OpenWay and Axalto.
February 3, 2005 - Brussels, Belgium and Krefeld, Germany
Integration of the WAY4 EMV Card Issuing solution, developed by OpenWay, and Eracom Technologies’ ProtectServer Orange External transaction encryption module allows banks and processors to get the most from chip card issuance