Voca's big BACS switch

The ups and downs of Voca's massive IT programme, which began in 2002 with the switch-over to an IP network.


Voca, which runs the BACS online bank payment system, has switched over to a new infrastructure. The Voca system is a key part of the UK national infrastructure and has involved close collaboration across the banking industry. We track the ups and downs of the massive IT programme, which began in 2002 with the switch-over to an IP network.

UK’s new core payments systems goes live without a hitch >>

SMEs miss Bacstel switch deadline >>

Voca's new payments engine ready for testing >>

IT staff welcome Voca's switch to Java >>

BACS migration pay-risk threat >>

Voca partners with HSBC and Lloyds TSB for a fresh view of online bill payments >>

Clearing house installs e-safe for passwords >>

Business continuity plans eat 35% of clearing house’s core IT spend >>


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This was last published in July 2006

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