Ingenico Group, a France-based payment solutions provider, in collaboration with Mexican financial services firm Grupo Financiero Banorte has launched a new payment solution, Telium Tetra, in Mexico.
Under the partnership, Banorte will deploy Ingenico Move/2500 portable terminals in Mexico. The platform features a full spectrum of wireless connectivity, including 3G, GPRS, dual SIM, Ethernet and modem.
The Move/2500, which is a portable terminal of the Telium Tetra range, will enable merchants to accept cashless payment on delivery or at the table in restaurants.
Ingenico said that the latest Telium Tetra OS embeds a payment application compatible with all cashless payment methods and presents a user-friendly interface.
The solution also streamlines operations by enabling remote software deployment and fixes for technical issues.
Banorte general director of operations Eduardo Vazquez Villegas said: “Ingenico Move/2500 is proving to be the best cost-benefit to our business, because it simplifies our logistics process. With one single terminal, we address both the traditional merchants’ in-store needs and nomadic payments, in compliance with the highest security standards.”
Ingenico Mexico managing director Fernando Alonso Morodo said: “This deployment illustrates how Ingenico, with its multi-local approach, successfully developed a solution tailored to the Mexican market. This also demonstrates the relevance of our new Telium Tetra range.”