RIPPS

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EFT Switching Overview

RenovITe’s Integrated Payment Processing System (RIPPS) is the first transaction switch designed to meet the needs of the 21st Century payments industry. RIPPS discards the legacy thinking that underpins other architectures, dispensing with historic assumptions about payment tokens, transaction routing and proprietary systems.

RenovITe’s willingness to embrace modern approaches has by-passed the solutions built in the early 2000s based on 1990 design patterns. It has delivered a product solution that is capable of replacing legacy payment switches from the 1980s and 1990s as an integral component in a 21st Century life cycle based on Continuous Delivery or DevOps principles.

The Architecture

The RIPPS architecture is designed to exploit the advances in technology and development techniques that have emerged since the turn of the century. RenovITe applied 30 years of payments domain knowledge to solving the contemporary business issues for payments processors using the most modern techniques and technologies available. This unique combination of domain experience and technology advancement has resulted in a switch product that can compete with established products in reliability, scalability and availability while simultaneously delivering an order of magnitude reduction in the total cost of ownership.

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The Architecture

The RIPPS architecture is designed to exploit the advances in technology and development techniques that have emerged since the turn of the century. RenovITe applied 30 years of payments domain knowledge to solving the contemporary business issues for payments processors using the most modern techniques and technologies available. This unique combination of domain experience and technology advancement has resulted in a switch product that can compete with established products in reliability, scalability and availability while simultaneously delivering an order of magnitude reduction in the total cost of ownership.