Ingenico, a payment solutions provider, and WorldNet TPS, a European provider of secure online payment services, have signed an agreement to promote WorldNet TPS online payment services to Ingenico Northern European customers.
This initiative will allow Northern European organisations to reduce their processing costs while implementing a secure Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) approved online payment environment. WorldNet TPS supports the major acquirers and processors in the UK and Ireland and can therefore switch businesses over to the WorldNet TPS solution without impacting their existing acquiring relationships.
The WorldNet solution is functionally rich and supports many card-not-present (CNP) channels including online, MOTO, multi-currency (DCC) and much more.
Cillian Wright, global business development director at Ingenico, said: “Ingenico’s partnership with WorldNet will allow our customers to reduce their costs and meet the challenge of PCI DSS compliance. Furthermore, this means our customers have a single point of contact for all their payment solutions including a sophisticated multi-channel, multi-currency ecommerce solution.”
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