Ingenico has offices and subsidiaries in more than 40 countries. It has a commercial presence in over 125 countries.
Due to its global presence, the Group has a better understanding of the country-specific requirements (level of access to banking services, telecommunications infrastructures, the number and type of credit and debit cards in circulation, regulatory conditions, etc.), and remains close to its customers and partners. Through this proximity policy, expertise and solutions can be offered that are that are custom-tailored to their unique needs.
Ingenico has set up five extensive commercial Regions:
- SEPA-Europe area, which includes all the countries that have joined SEPA;
- North America, which includes the U.S. and Canada;
- Latin America, comprised of all the countries of Central and South America;
- EEMEA, which includes the Balkans, the Middle East, Turkey and Africa;
- Asia Pacific.
Each Region is run by a Managing Director whose main objective is to reinforce Ingenico’s presence and develop new service offers.
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The objective of each Region is to reinforce the presence of Ingenico and develop new offers of solutions and services.
Within these Regions the Ingenico markets are divided between merchant acquirers/processors (financial institutions and banks which supply retailers with payment terminals), retail, large scale multi-site distributors, and many other market segments: petrol, hotel and food service industries, small retail trade, lottery, automatic distribution of goods and services, passenger monitoring, home delivery, etc.
In the key Regions with mature payments infrastructure, Ingenico has rolled out new terminals based on the Telium2
platform, and new service offers. Ingenico has thereby maintained its leading position in the SEPA zone with major wins in all the countries of the Region.
In North America, Ingenico has maintained its position as the dominant market leader in Canada and number two POS manufacturer and service provider in the U.S., while more than one million terminals have been delivered in Latin America.
In the EEMEA, strong growth in the Russian banking market gave rise to a number of successful projects and, in Asia Pacific, all markets recorded high growth.