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Ingenico wins Allied Irish Bank contract

21 January 2003  |  3550 views  |  0 Ingenico wins Allied Irish Bank contract

Eftpos vendor Ingenico has signed a five year contract, worth EUR15 million, with Allied Irish Bank for the supply of its secure terminal TT41.

Ingenico says the new contract will make it the number one terminal supplier in the Republic of Ireland.

In recent months, the vendor has also secured contracts, worth EUR5 million, with Mexico-based Bancomerand, Banco Santander and Banknorte and with Chile's Transbank

The company recently received its first order in India, valued at EUR7 million from payment transaction supplier Jumpp.

In addition, since September 2002, Ingenico's Dutch subsidiary has won contracts with both Rabobank and ING Bank, representing the vendor's first toe-hold in a country with an installed base of 200,000 terminals.

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