Ingenico, a provider of payment solutions, has signed a new four-year agreement with Nets, a supplier of merchant solutions in the Nordic region, to supply Ingenico’s latest range of near field communication (NFC)-enabled payment terminals into Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland.
The agreement is based around Ingenico’s Telium 2 range of terminals, ensuring all merchant categories – whether large retailers, small merchants or mobile enterprises – have the latest high security products on the market with full colour customer interface and contactless/NFC capability. The deal also incorporates a new service partnership between the two organisations.
Øyvind Apelland chief executive officer (CEO), Nets Merchant Solutions, said: “This agreement ensures that Nets’ retail customers and banking partners have access to the very latest payment technology. Our relationship with Ingenico will help Nets towards its goals of becoming the leading provider of merchant solutions in all Nordic markets and the preferred supplier to large Nordic merchants.”
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