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Ingenico Group will provide SIX Payment Services in Europe with its innovative Telium Tetra payment terminals enabling value-added services

(PresseBox) (Paris, ) Ingenico Group (Euronext: FR0000125346 - ING), the global leader in seamless payment, has been selected by SIX Payment Services, a Swiss-based primary acquirer in Europe, for the supply of a wide range of Telium Tetra solutions. The terminals offer both the highest degree of security for payment acceptance, and a platform allowing the development of business applications.

SIX Payment Services offers innovative solutions to handle cashless payments. The partnership with Ingenico Group allows SIX to benefit from the many leading edge advantages of the new Telium Tetra offering: being PCI-PTS 4.x certified, the terminals already fulfil the newest security standards, guaranteeing SIX customers early compliance with the highest standards. Additionally, the new terminals provide faster transactions, improved colour interface with touch-screen, multiple connectivity and ease of programming thanks to HTML5 capabilities. Ingenico Group will provide Telium Tetra models from its Desk, Move and Lane series, addressing the needs of small merchants and large retailers for both in-store and mobile payment. Additionally, Ingenico Group will provide SIX with terminals for “unattended” activities such as kiosks and vending machines, to manage selfservice payments.

The Telium Tetra offer has been designed to leverage a large portfolio of payment and business applications, which allows acquirers to accelerate the deployment of their own applications. SIX will take advantage of this feature with Paymit, its new mobile payment application in Switzerland. Ingenico Group also provided the development of EP2, standard Swiss payment application, and the integration of value-added services at point of sale such as DCC (Dynamic Currency Conversion) and Tax Free. Through its own services network, Ingenico Group will also provide on-going support throughout Europe.

“The collaboration with Ingenico is important for SIX as international card schemes mandate acquirers and their merchants to replace the previous PCI PTS 1.x terminals by 2017. Ingenico Telium Tetra products will allow our customers to keep the same infrastructure until 2026. Additionally, Paymit - mobile payment system of SIX - is available in the new terminals as a standard application right from the planned product launch in Switzerland”, explains Marco Casagrande, Head Strategic Enabling Program at SIX Payment Services. “Our customers expect innovative payment solutions with the widely known Swiss quality regarding reliability and outstanding customer service. With the new terminals, Ingenico complements SIX in keeping its customer promise.”

“By choosing Ingenico Group, SIX demonstrates trust and esteem in the quality of the Ingenico solutions and in the skills of our team. That makes us very proud”, commented Luciano Cavazzana, Ingenico Group Eastern Europe and Africa Managing Director, also responsible for the Swiss market. “Ingenico Group and SIX have been working together for several years and today we are delighted to expand our partnership with world class services and products, in line with the expectations of international markets."




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Ingenico Group (Euronext: FR0000125346 - ING) is the global leader in seamless payment, providing smart, trusted and secure solutions to empower commerce across all channels, in-store, online and mobile. With the world's largest payment acceptance network, we deliver secure payment solutions with a local, national and international scope. We are the trusted world-class partner for financial institutions and retailers, from small merchants to several of the world's best known global brands. Our solutions enable merchants to simplify payment and deliver their brand promise.