In January Segpay, a pioneer in digital payment processing, announced a stellar year-end earnings report finishing up 2022 with 22% in overall growth, resulting in the best year yet for the company in monthly transactions volume. In addition, they added Cryptocurrency to their payment solution package. February the company scored a new partnership with Chargeback Help designed to help merchants reduce and/or avoid chargebacks.
April they’re not letting up with their newest announcement:
Segpay is upgrading their capabilities with migration to new data centers.
This expansion of their IT infrastructure footprint into state-of-the-art facilities is designed to meet and exceed the latest technical standards improving speed, redundancy, and security for Segpay’s merchants worldwide.
“As a technology company it is important to operate within the latest system architecture available,” said Segpay CEO Cathy Beardsley. “The data center upgrade offers significant improvements as we continue to operate at peak performance for our merchants.”
The migration of all Segpay’s IT applications has been a year-long process. With the move now complete, merchants can experience higher-availability infrastructure leading to less downtime, limited-service interruptions, and the elimination of single points of failure. The new infrastructure also allows for independent application stacks across multiple geographical locations, verifying system uptime even in the event of a failure, and minimizing the downtime, ensuring constant system availability.
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