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Visa Adds Artificial Intelligence to Stand-In Processing

Every card issuer in the world using VisaNet to process card transactions receives backup from the network when their own transaction authorization systems are unavailable owing to normal maintenance or a problem such as an outage. Stand-in processing (STIP), which is as old as VisaNet, occurs in milliseconds. It exists to protect the reputation of the issuer and the card brand by assuring that cardholders receive a response after having swiped, inserted, tapped, or inputted a card. Issuers create their own parameters for STIP based on factors that include the number of transactions and ...

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August 2020
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