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Quest Payment Systems

Australia's leading

integrated EFTPOS

solution provider

SDMS+Guardian combines the power of a traditional software deployment and maintenance system with optional electronic asset management to deliver chain retailers a unique new way of automating the tedious and time consuming management of remote store systems. It provides the confidence that store systems are at the correct software level, and that all store hardware and software assets are in place and accounted for.


Most retailers face the challenge of ensuring the ongoing security of their financial transactions, and the prevention of EFTPOS fraud. SDMS+Guardian helps retailers protect sensitive hardware assets like PINpads by monitoring their movements throughout the network, and alerting management whenever a change occurs.

Keeping an eye on your assets!


Remote deployment

Distribution and scheduled execution of software installation packages and updates to any remote client. Scheduled execution of processes and commands at remote clients.


Extend-able architecture

Plug-in based architecture enabling third party development of SDMS plug-ins customised to specific software or hardware products. Base plug-ins included provide inventory of system information, registration keys and hardware specifications at remote clients, in addition to specific functionality for Quest EFTPOS products.


Network efficient

Caters for both small and large networks, using bit torrent technology to support simultaneous transmission and automatic error and network recovery. Sophisticated file compression and encryption technologies ensure efficient and secure transmission.


An industry standard SQL central database provides comprehensive reports and audit trails, and enables data to be easily manipulated including custom report generation by third parties.



Secure system log-on and access controls.


Asset Management

Asset management system for all hardware and software at remote clients, including tracking capability for hardware movements. Enables the capture of serial number information for single or multiple hardware devices.



Alerts capability with email support for reporting hardware device movements including connection and disconnection events.




Pentium 4 CPU (Core 2 Duo or better)

512MB RAM (2GB recommended)

Windows 2000 or above (Future support for Linux, OS X)

TCP/IP connection

Microsoft SQL Express Server 2005 or above

1GB+ free disk space to store database and file data

Gateway or Client


Pentium III 800MHz CPU


Windows 2000 or above (Future support for Linux, OS X)

TCP/IP connection

100MB+ free disk space (more required dependent on use)

Australia's leading integrated EFTPOS solution provider

Quest 20 years

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