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BOSS. Gaming is to Receive Cashier Payment Software from Praxis
Praxis, a payment management system, is set to present BOSS. Gaming solutions with safe, and feature-rich payment resolution through the former’s Praxis Cashier and Praxis Bridge merchandise.
Fremont, CA: Praxis, a leading provider of smart cashier software, has announced its collaboration with BOSS. Gaming Solutions, a top software developer and a provider of land-based and online gaming solutions.
Through this collaboration, BOSS would be incorporating the cashier software by Praxis into their offerings for improving customer experience during payment for online games. In other words, the entire process for making payments would be highly secure and seamless.
Using the BOSS. platform, online casinos will have a launching pad. Further, after the deployment, online casinos can also be managed with total ease. Several leading payment systems and game providers are already incorporated into this platform.
Also, BOSS. Gaming Solutions would have a highly feature-rich and safe payment solution with Praxis Bridge and Praxis Cashier products. The proper routing of credit card transactions would further lead to specific BINs that are in turn routed to highly suitable processors. Meanwhile, Praxis' anti-fraud settings, AML and risk analysis tools would enable a downward trend with respect to risk and fraud exposure while interacting with several processors.
Praxis Cashier will provide access to more than three hundred integrations with PSPs from around the world. Many of these are innovative to the gaming sector. To put it another way, a single addition with Praxis enables computerized entry to the entire current PSPs and other options.
In a nutshell, both the enterprises, together, are planning to bring in more deposits to the gaming sector while cutting down maintenance and development costs.
The BOSS.-Praxis collaboration has already had a significant impact on the online gaming industry. The sector is expected to have about 15 percent increase in the investments within about three to four months.