Why We Come To Work
Our mission is to help our clients enhance the economic circumstances of individuals, communities and countries through the transformative power of electronic payments.
Areas of Expertise
Develop or re-engineer high volume authorization, clearing and settlement, switching, reconciliation and disbursement systems.Read More
Security & Compliance
Tokenization, EMV, P2PE, encryption, DUKPT, 3DSecure, VbV, biometric, facial recognition, geo-location, PCI-DSS practices.Read More
Development of API-driven digital strategy, platforms and shopping applications including white label mobile wallets.Read More
Data assessment, cleansing, transformation, enrichment, and governance to support min inning, modeling and reporting for business intelligence.Read More
QA & Testing
Certification, integration, device and UI testing with test management and automation to streamline operations and improve code coverage.Read More
Automation & intelligent processing for dispute, chargeback, interchange optimization & settlement. EMV compliance & multi-currency capable.Read More
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Global Execution Methodology (GEM)
Lowers risk. Improves time to market. Built for payments.
RS School of Payments
Maximizes productivity and minimizes learning curves to ensure our employees gain the educational foundation required for them to deliver maximum value to our clients throughout the project lifecycle.
RS Project Delivery Framework
Designed for the unique dynamics of the payments industry with a proprietary methodology that optimizes our knowledge management, project delivery and comprehensive assessment of the customers business.
RS Payments Innovation Lab
Focuses on emerging technologies and trends that our clients may leverage to improve their competitive advantage. The results of all work is incorporated into our solutions and the School of Payments cirriculum.
Payments Horizon Blog
The More Things Change, The More They Cannot Stay The Same – Part TwoOctober 28, 2016
As mentioned in our last posting - "The More Things Change, The More They Cannot Stay the Same" - two years ago, Klaus Enzenhaufer, Director of Technology at Dynatrace and formerly at Compuware, wrote…Read More
The More Things Change, The More They Cannot Stay The Same – Part OneOctober 21, 2016
Two years ago, Klaus Enzenhaufer, Director of Technology at Dynatrace and formerly at Compuware, suggested there are five major pitfalls that financial services organizations encounter especially as they…Read More
UPI Called The Highlight of 2016September 13, 2016
Earlier this month, a recent addition to industry research and commentary – Let’s Talk Payments – published a post entitled “The Wonderful By-Effects of Unified Payments Interface (UPI).” Our…Read More