Ingenico, a provider of payment solutions, has announced a partner agreement with Lyudia Inc., Japan based subsidiary of Broadband Tower with the aim of entering the Japanese market.
Within the agreement, Broadband Tower Corporation, through its new payment division will benefit from the latest generation of payment solutions as the Japanese market is demanding this offering. Ingenico and Lyudia Inc. will provide the full range of services, from software development, to certification, logistics, maintenance and support.
“We are delighted to work with Broadband Tower in their new payment initiatives through our innovative and efficient payment solutions. This partnership reflects our strategy to expand our position in Japan with dedicated offer that answers to retail and mobile payment business segment needs.” says Jacques Behr, EVP EMEA Ingenico.
Takane NAKAMURA, CEO, Lyudia Inc., declared: “We are more than proud of this partnership with a global leading payment solution provider such as Ingenico. We believe our mission is to provide the Japanese market with the best and most innovative payment solutions and help merchants to keep improving the ‘User Experience’.”
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