First Investment Bank and Tieto have introduced a contactless card payment solution to the Bulgarian market. The card solution is based on wireless technology and it increases merchants’ business performance by offering their customers a flexible and fast way of paying.
The contactless card system’s benefits are obvious in the fast moving consumer goods and entertainment industry. Tieto’s solution brings cost efficiency for merchants as it speeds up the payment process while ensuring highly secure data transmission.
Mariana Sadjaklieva, head of cards department at First Investment Bank, said: “We want to offer better service and demonstrate our ambition, capability as well as commitment to be the top player in the card business. The contactless card system answers the need for modern payment services because it brings competitive advantage for merchants and lets customers enjoy an easy way to pay for their purchases. Thanks to Tieto’s expertise and experience, the system was designed and developed effectively, and integrated smoothly.
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