Ingenico, a world leader in secure payment transaction solutions, has underlined its commitment to merchant and consumer security after achieving the highest level of security possible for its major new terminals.
Revenue: 506.2 million (+ 17.5 percent*), Profit from operations: 33.1 million (+ 304 percent), Net profit: 16 million (+ 56.1 million vs. 2005, Net debt/equity: 0.22
Ingenico, a world-wide payment and secure transactions service provider obtained CB5.2 approval on January 23, 2007 from the French organization Groupement des Cartes Bancaires, for its GPRS i7910 and i8550 terminals. These terminals are part of the Ingenico terminal range based on UNICAPT 32 architecture, and are now able to reach the French market with their GPRS version, which has been defined as a strategic market for the Group.
After Lyons, Brussels, and soon Marseilles, Aix-en-Provence and Mulhouse, Ingenico has been entrusted with the electronic payment solution for the self-service bike rental market in Paris.
Ingenico announces that its i5100, i5310, i6780, i8200 and i8550 terminals have obtained the PCI PED (Payment Card Industry PIN Entry Device) approval established by Visa International and MasterCard International. These new approvals are completing those already obtained by Ingenico for its i3070 and i3380 PIN pads and for its i6510 and i6550 signature capture terminals.