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New Ingenico products in Baltic states

VILNIUS - Ashburn International is the first company in the Baltic States to certify the latest generation of Ingenico POS terminals based on the Telium Tetra operating system. POS terminals are available to all trade and service companies cooperating with one of the largest Scandinavian banks in the Baltic countries.

According to the Ashburn International executive director Žoržas Šarafanovičius, the completed certification process confirms the correctness of the company's chosen business strategy and shows that the services provided by Ashburn International meet the highest security requirements.

“We offer a Telium Tetra solution adapted for the Baltic States. Our company developed applications tailored to the new POS terminals, so the trading enterprises and customers will not have to adapt to the new interface and Telium Tetra functionality. This solution guarantees use convenience for clients,” told Ž. Šarafanovičius.

Besides, the software developed by Ashburn International, TransLink.iQ, will be integrated into all POS-terminals. TransLink.iQ allows real-time monitoring POS terminals and updating functionality. This solution is compatible with different manufacturers’ POS terminals. It optimizes business expenses, manages a wide terminals network and provides to accept payments made by all operating payment or loyalty cards.

New POS-terminals Tetra compliant with the highest security requirements. The PCI v4.0 certificate confirms the reliability of transactions and guarantees the security of cardholders’ data.

It is worth mentioning the design of the new POS terminals. It is more user-friendly, attractive to customers and ergonomic. POS terminals are more wear proof.

Speaking about the company's achievements, Žoržas Šarafanovičius mentioned the modernization of the entire company-managed POS terminals network at the end of 2017 with investments amounting to 1 million. The last achievement is the Ingenico Tetra certification.

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