Transaction Network Services (UK) (TNS) has launched its “vision for the connected retailer” with a range of products to streamline transaction processing and enhance business communications. TNS’ “complete connectivity” suite provides retailers with solutions to enable fixed or mobile access between offices and to their acquiring bank via TNS’ secure, private network. According to TNS, retailers now have many opportunities to exploit connectivity technologies and add value to their IT infrastructures – for example, by implementing mobile points of sale, introducing virtual private networks to lower total cost of ownership or consolidate payment and non-payment data over the same network. TNS’ complete connectivity solutions move beyond transaction processing to help retailers enhance overall business communications between offices and with customers, partners and suppliers.
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