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The Story Behind Our New Logo
The brackets enclosing the name “Lexcel” communicate a number of the company’s attributes and benefits.
On a technical level, brackets are used in computer programming to access array elements, especially in C-like languages. In programming manuals, brackets denote optional parameters.
As punctuation, the left and right brackets signify a front and back end respectively, representing Lexcel’s comprehensive scope of end-to-end solutions.
Grammatically, brackets enclose explanatory material. For example, Lexcel [transaction origination, processing networks, clearing & settlement, planning and capacity testing]. This use of brackets describes the breadth of Lexcel’s suite of advanced software products.
On a purely visual level, brackets set apart what is contained within them. Brackets surrounding the logo exemplify Lexcel’s end to end testing capability, supporting their position as the leader in EFT testing.
|About Lexcel Solutions, Inc.
Doing business in North America, Europe and South America, Lexcel provides end-to-end payment testing software and services to third-party transaction processors, debit and credit networks, financial institutions, retailers, ATM/POS manufacturers and government organizations. The company works with such well-know companies as Heartland Payment Systems®, STAR® Network, Wincor Nixdorf, Mercury Payments®, United States Postal Service®, and WorldPayTM. Lexcel products reduce the time, cost and effort to perform transaction network test scheduling, maintenance and execution, regression and stress testing, and settlement testing for ATM, POS, EFT and EMV transactions. Clients of Lexcel improve the quality of their software development operations and ensure compliance with ISO8583 testing requirements while increasing processing system integrity. More information on Lexcel's end-to-end testing solutions can be found at www.lexcel.com.