Crédit Agricole is the first French banking group to offer Ingenico’s iWL250 3G mobile payment terminal in its catalogue. The terminal is suited to all kinds of usage and is combined with a range of options, offering a comprehensive response to merchants’ mobility, communication and operating cost optimisation requirements.
“Ingenico is very much in tune with behavioural developments related to new payment methods. We support these changes by offering comprehensive secure solutions that combine payment terminals and dedicated applications,” explains David Gebhardt, the managing director of Ingenico France. “Our 3G offering met Crédit Agricole’s expectations: it is a solution that goes above and beyond traditional payment scenarios.”
“Combining mobility, availability, usability and security, the iWL250 is the solution we wanted to offer our merchant clients,” states Yves Perrachon, Crédit Agricole’s Cards & Payments Director of Operations. “Contactless technology enhances the payment experience and adapts to new types of consumer behaviour.”
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