Atos Worldline, which uses Atos Origin expertise in transactional services, has been selected by Société Générale to develop and host new mobile services. Atos Worldline is developing a complete mobile application for Société Générale which has eight functions, including account checking, stock market access, geolocation of branches and budget management.??
“We chose Atos Worldline because of its understanding of our market, the security issues we face and its expertise in mobile onboard solutions. Atos Worldline was able to meet our requirements in terms of ergonomics, ease of use, and could offer us an innovative solution adaptable to several different terminals,” said Olivier Chédeville, remote banking director at Société Générale.
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