Ganart Technologies was awarded United States Patent No. 8,255,499 “REMOTELY CONFIGURABLE USER DEVICE FOR ACCESSING A DISTRIBUTED TRANSACTION SYSTEM”.
The award of this patent, jointly with patent 8255500, completes Ganart’s intellectual property coverage of one of the core features of its end-to-end financial transaction platform.
This feature gives financial and transaction processors on the Ganart Managed Terminal Network the ability to control a network’s endpoints from a central location. Updates to software, presentation, and time sensitive communication are all possible via remotely configurable user devices.
The invention’s flexible nature provides vital endpoint information back to the central processor in real time. The details of endpoint information can be configured for granular data and is accessible at will at the central processor.
“Complete tracking, monitoring, management and control of all of the endpoints in our network is a key differentiator of our platform.” said Wayne McHugh, Ganart’s Managing Director of Sales. “No one else has this depth and breadth in terminal management networks.”
The Ganart Terminal Management Network, with its ability to deliver services on-the-fly to endpoints, is another key element running Ganartʼs Money Everywhere Workplace solution.More information about Ganart:
Ganart Technologies was awarded United States Patent No. 8,255,500 “REMOTELY CONFIGURABLE USER DEVICE WITH PHYSICAL USER RESOURCES AND INTERFACE”..
With the award of this patent, Ganart secures ownership of one of the key differentiating processes of its platform: the ability to remotely conﬁgure end-user terminals and deploy new services on-the-ﬂy without requiring on-site visits to the terminals. This process gives Ganart the ability to deliver services faster, as well as ensure services are up to date with the latest features and functionality. It also keeps service delivery costs to a minimum, allowing the company to provide them at lower costs to end users.
“The ability to deliver services remotely via our platform has been designed in from the very beginning, and is an intrinsic part of our philosophy around our systems,” said David Hooker, Ganart's Chief Architect.
With the Ganart platform, providers can get expanded distribution for their services, ﬁnancial institutions can bring on more services to drive new revenue and new initiatives, and the end customer gets all of the services wanted in one system, affordably. The issuance of this patent protects and validates yet another key element running Ganart’s Money Everywhere Workplace solution. Money Earned Workplace SolutionMore information about Ganart:
Ganart Technologies was awarded U.S. Patent No. 8,250,187, entitled “Distributed transaction system” and assigned to Ganart Technologies, Inc., of Carrollton, Texas.
Ganart's Distributed Transaction System processes financial transactions for end-users by integrating from end to end myriad terminal types and various third-party service providers, while providing value-added services. It is designed to manage an unlimited number of individual users in a multi-tenant environment with high levels of performance and security.
“We designed our platform from the ground up to be extremely flexible; we have a fluid service oriented architecture which allows us to add and remove services based on a wide variety of criteria, both on the front-end and the back-end,” said David Hooker, Ganart’s Chief Architect.
“In addition, we did this with scalability, performance, and security as primary drivers of our architecture.”
The Distributed Transaction System, branded TaaS (Transaction as a Service) is in its third year of use for clients in the banking industry and private companies.
“With the TaaS platform, providers can get expanded distribution for their services, ﬁnancial institutions can bring on more services to drive new revenue and new initiatives, and the end customer gets all of the services wanted in one system, affordably,” said Kris Glover, CTO.More information about Ganart: