U.S. Financial Consulting
(USFC) technology platform is based on a scalable, secure data application and premier network architecture. The company’s critical, internally developed technologies, utilize commercial, open source software databases and development platforms. U.S. Financial Consulting (USFC) technology platform is designed to meet the objectives of our businesses:

Centralize Service and Support. By centralizing the service and support of the technology, U.S. Financial Consulting (USFC) businesses can take advantage of optimized cost structures, high availability of resources, redundant systems and highly monitored security systems previously only available to or in the largest of companies.

Optimize & Leverage Hardware. Hardware optimization created by writing software to achieve the highest performance with the greatest scalability gives businesses the direct, low cost and performance advantages needed for cost efficient credit card and ACH processing.


Deliver Applications-Services On Demand. Because of our on-demand VPOS Solution model, businesses are able to determine what applications-services they need, when they need them and when it is appropriate for them financially. As a result, they have better operational control and experience significantly lower costs.

These objectives shaped U.S. Financial Consulting (USFC) technological philosophy, technical directions and overall development architecture. As a result, U.S. Financial Consulting (USFC) technology platform is built on the following internally-developed, critical technologies:

1. Application Architecture
. (a) U.S. Financial Consulting (USFC) applications are re-entrant; that is, software code that can be safely and dependently accessed by multiple entities simultaneously. (b) There are set time parameters to accomplish the related task and there are immediate shifts to additional hardware resources if required. (c) All applications are designed to use database architecture optimizing the way the system keeps track of millions of transactions. The architecture supports XML for data integration and is also employed to move data between applications.

2. Data Architecture. The data architecture: (a) Indexes millions of transactions; (b) stores all pertinent business and transaction information; and (c) it is optimized for speed.

3. Network Architecture. (a) The network architecture keeps track of individual requests, providing session information to the application servers. (b) The network is designed for high security — preventing hackers, denying service attacks and preventing unauthorized use of the system. (c) Designed for high availability and redundancy, the network architecture has no single point of failure.