04 July 2015

Mexico's Banco del Bajío deploys Ingenico smart terminals

02 September 2014  |  1494 views  |  0 Source: Ingenico Group

Ingenico Group, global leader in seamless payment, today announces that Banco del Bajío (BanBajío), one of Mexico's largest banks, will deploy Ingenico's innovative smart terminals as part of the bank's nationwide update and expansion of its installed base.

As part of that expansion BanBajío has deployed Ingenico countertop and wireless smart terminals across Mexico to offer customers the most secure and reliable payment experience available today. The solutions feature the most advanced payment technologies (including NFC/contactless) and satisfy the latest transaction security requirements.

We are pleased that BanBajío has renewed its trust in Ingenico Group by choosing us as their exclusive provider of smart terminals to expand their technological infrastructure across Mexico,” said Ingenico Mexico Country Manager, Fernando Alonso Morodo. “This is another great example of Ingenico Group’s commitment to being the trusted partner of banks and acquirers across Latin America.”

“Recognizing that payment is a decisive element in the consumer purchase experience, we are determined to provide state-of-the-art technology and complete payment solutions to our customers,” commented Lic. Manuel Duvignau López Portillo, BanBajío’s Director - Issuer Acquirer Bank Products. “We rely on Ingenico’s best-in-class technology and its strong presence across Mexico to ensure that merchants can be paid quickly, efficiently and safely.”

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