Worldline [Euronext: WLN], European payments and transactional services market leader, enhances its "Connected Living" package with a Transatel mobile network solution.
This partnership will allow Worldline to implement new solution by reducing the time to market in France and abroad with a managed quality of services.
Backed by its mobile payment terminals and "Connected Living" package, Worldline provides innovative end-to-end service solutions including Internet of Things (IoT), Machine to Machine (M2M), Smart Mobility, Big data and Payments. Worldline IoT customers come from all business sectors including automotive, energy, home appliances, retail, healthcare etc. As a traditional operator and provider of mobile communications services, Transatel provides expertise and its core mobile network enabling standard services via a single SIM card in all countries.
Bertrand Salomon, CEO and co-founder of Transatel, underlined: "We are delighted to support Worldline with our innovative MVNE (Mobile Virtual Network Enabler) technology. Transatel's connectivity solution will allow Worldline to simplify distribution of SIM cards and management of their M2M service by overcoming all geographical barriers".
Worldline will use Transatel's new functionalities for its electronic payment and connected objects solutions in order to improve cross-border payments and services flows.
Olivier Stuckens, managing director for the Global Business Line Mobility & e-Transactional Services at Worldline, said: “This partnership will let us provide a controlled and high value added end-to-end service for our clients. Transatel makes us more responsive and competitive so that we can support large international projects with a view to facilitating and securing the access to mobile connectivity for our clients' projects".
With this partnership, Transatel and Worldline will very soon be able to roll out projects thanks to a off-the-shelf solution that will support IoT and M2M customers throughout the whole value chain.
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