was developed by REY to provide a comprehensive business reporting and
warehouse data storage solution for our customers. WebQuery consists of
a central repository for financial and other business information, and an
intuitive, web-based interface that allows business users to view and
distribute both stored reports as well as to generate ad-hoc reports. WebQuery
is dynamically configurable, allowing existing database systems to be quickly
transformed into web-enabled applications.
WebQuery is currently being employed in the
highly competitive ATM industry by ATM managers and owners to manage Self
Service Devices. Self Service Devices are terminals that allow customers to
perform financial and other transactions at devices (ATMs) located in various
business establishments. The WebQuery system stores, in a central
repository, all of the transactions generated by the ATM terminals.
- Business users are able to generate
consolidated transaction reports on a daily basis. WebQuery stores all of
the transactions generated by various ATM processors, including ACS, EDS,
EPS, FiServ and CIBC in a central repository, allowing consolidated reports
to be generated.
- WebQuery stores historical information,
allowing system users to perform historical analysis on the transactions
that are generated by the terminals.
- The architecture of WebQuery enables the
system to be quickly configured to add additional functionality as the needs
of the business grow. In addition, the system is highly scaleable to handle
transaction volume growth.
- WebQuery allows users to generate ad-hoc
reports, which can be viewed online or distributed via web-browser, email,
fax and printer.
Storage and Reporting
of Business-Critical Information:
In addition to providing a central repository
for terminal transaction data, WebQuery can track assets and contracts
associated with managing Self Service Devices. The system is designed to allow
for storing and reporting on the following business critical information:
- Merchant information
- Merchant agreements
- Deployer information
- Purchase agreements
- Cash courier tracking
- Manufacturer information
- Surround information
- Vendor invoices
- New products data
The following flowchart demonstrates the basic
operation of the WebQuery system: