Vasco Data Security, a software security company, has launched a fulfilment services offering in order to lighten its customers’ supply chain burden. The services offer banks and financial institutions a turnkey solution for branding and customisation, packaging, provisioning, distribution and storage.
Vasco’s Digipass product line can be customised to leverage the customer’s brand recognition by adding logos and corporate colours. Vasco’s experienced design team helps customers to create the best possible branding options. Packaging services vary from non-personalised bulk packaging to customised packages in alternative materials such as leather and metal.
Security parameters of each Digipass product can be fully customised to adhere to the bank’s security policies and standards. Additionally, Vasco offers the possibility to refurbish hardware Digipass to prolong the devices’ lifetime. Financial institutions looking to protect their initial investment can rely on Vasco’s tailor-made refurbishment scheme to manage and extend their solution’s life cycle.
Vasco can also manage storage and distribution. Vasco offers banks facilities to securely store hardware Digipass in special adapted warehouses and its distribution services can deliver the bank’s orders at any preferred location worldwide.
“With this fulfilment services offering we cater to a growing need and are able to meet our customers’ global requirements,” said Jan Valcke, Vasco’s president and chief operating officer (COO). “By lightening the supply chain burden, Vasco’s customers can focus on their core business instead. Our fulfilment services offer great convenience and consequently turn Vasco into a one stop shop where financial institutions not only purchase just a security product, but an entire deployment process, from acquisition until delivery.”
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