29 listopad 2010
600 million transactions made in 2010 with Ingenico's Axis solution
Ingenico (Euronext: FR0000125346 - ING), world leader in payment solutions, today announces the execution of its 500 millionth transaction with Axis, its centralised payment management platform. This performance level achieved in 2010 represents an increase of more than 50 % in comparison to 2009 and is a result of the constant improvement of the platform and of Ingenico’s international development policy. 600 million transactions should be completed by the end of 2010 due to the high increase in transaction volume experienced during holiday periods.
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December 7- 9 2010
Paris nord Villepinte exhibition center,
Ingenico booth 4j035
Axis manages payment transactions from the point of sale to the transaction acquirer. The platform supports all types of payment (in store, mobile, self-service terminal, telephone or on-line payments) and all payment means (credit card, debit card, loyalty card), in addition to all value added services such as gift cards, prepaid cards, loyalty programmes, electronic purses or currency conversion. EMV and PCI DSS certified, it complies with security requirements and even goes beyond the scope of the regulations by providing its customers with modules intended to protect them against internal fraud, the theft of sensitive data and system breakdowns.
The Axis platform, operated as a managed service, significantly optimises costs by centralising transactions, simplifying installations, maintenance and international updates, in addition to the guaranteed availability of the entire system.
Our performance levels reflect fully on the Ingenico strategy for developing services. By listening to the needs of our customers and through continuous investment and dedicated teams, we can positively and efficiently react to the developments occurring in the world of payment
.” stated Jacques Behr, SVP Ingenico Solutions & Managed Services
For over 15 years, Axis has been operating throughout the world, in particular in France, Spain, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, in various demanding environments such as department stores, supermarkets, speciality shops, hotels and restaurants, leisure parks, transport and petrol stations.