|By Business Wire||
|November 27, 2012 01:00 AM EST||
A Gemalto (Euronext NL0000400653 GTO), líder mundial em segurança digital, anuncia a implementação de sua solução completa e abrangente solução de software MFS (Serviços Financeiros Móveis) pela Telecom Itália, a operadora de telefonia móvel líder na Itália com mais de 30 milhões de assinantes, para o lançamento de sua carteira móvel. A solução inclui a plataforma LinqUs Trusted Services Management (TSM) para a gestão segura dos aplicativos NFC e da plataforma de pagamento móvel LinqUs para a gestão da transação.
A exclusiva solução integrada da Gemalto permite que os assinantes gerenciem uma carteira móvel completa de seu dispositivo e a utilize para uma ampla gama de serviços financeiros. Esses serviços incluem pagamentos de transporte e varejo por proximidade, pagamentos remotos e on-line, programas de fidelidade e transferências de dinheiro entre pares, tanto remotamente quanto por proximidade com o NFC. A completa solução móvel sem contato da Gemalto engloba o SIM (Módulo de Identificação do Assinante) de alta tecnologia UpTeq NFC e o serviço TSM que permite oferecer aos Provedores de Serviços uma plataforma que lhes permite oferecer atraentes serviços NFC incluindo pagamento, transporte, bem como controle de acesso a estádios e conferências.
A Gemalto, juntamente com seu parceiro de integração de sistema Hewlett-Packard Italy, fornece a plataforma de serviços que permite a conexão com provedores de serviços, incluindo bancos, comerciantes, varejistas, operadores de transporte e administrações públicas, ajudando a Telecom Itália a alcançar diferenciação da marca, aumentar a fidelidade dos clientes e ganhar acesso a novas fontes de receita. O amplo serviço da Gemalto ajudará a ampliar o mercado da Telecom Itália para oferecer serviços a clientes em populações anteriormente inexploradas, como a população adolescente e os que não possuem cobertura bancária suficiente.
Jean-Claude Deturche, Vice-Presidente Sênior de Serviços Financeiros Móveis na Gemalto, acrescentou:“Nossa solução de Serviços Financeiros Móveis é projetada para cobrir uma ampla gama de casos de uso, sejam on-line ou por proximidade, e para facilitar a inclusão de novos serviços móveis NFC à medida que a demanda cresce. Com uma infra-estrutura sem contato consagrada e testada já existente, a apresentação prevista da Telecom Itália da carteira móvel é um passo importante para consumidores na Itália.”
“Os pagamentos móveis fazem parte de um mercado de alto crescimento e esperamos que o volume e qualidade das transações móveis em todo mundo alcancem uma média anual de crescimento de 42% entre 2011 e 2016,” acrescentou Sandy Shen, Diretor de Pesquisas do Consumidor da Gartner.“Isso vai trazer grandes oportunidades para provedores de solução e serviços, que precisarão atender aos padrões locais de demanda para personalizar suas ofertas. Existirão alguns concorrentes globais que têm a medida e os recursos para prestar serviços a grandes clientes e o mercado de massa cujas exigências podem ser imediatamente satisfeitas pelas soluções padrões.”
Fonte: Gartner Report: “Forecast: Mobile Payment, Worldwide, 2009-2016”, Publicado: 08 de maio de 2012.
Sobre a Gemalto
Gemalto (Euronext NL0000400653 GTO) é líder mundial em segurança digital com receitas anuais de € 2 bilhões em 2011 e mais de 10 mil funcionários trabalhando em 74 escritórios e 14 centros de Pesquisa & Desenvolvimento em 43 países.
Estamos no centro de uma sociedade digital em evolução. Bilhões de pessoas no mundo inteiro querem cada vez mais liberdade para se comunicar, viajar, comprar, realizar operações bancárias, divertir-se e trabalhar - a qualquer hora, em qualquer lugar - de formas convenientes, agradáveis e seguras. A Gemalto supre essas crescentes necessidades por serviços móveis pessoais, proteção de identidade, segurança em pagamentos, serviços autenticados on-line, acesso a computação em nuvem, transporte moderno, comunicações M2M e serviços de e-Healthcare e e-Government.
A Gemalto desenvolve software seguros, executados em dispositivos confiáveis cujos projetos desenvolvemos e personalizamos. Gerenciamos esses dispositivos, os dados confidenciais neles contidos e os serviços proporcionados ao longo de todo o seu ciclo de vida. Inovamos para que nossos clientes possam oferecer outras maneiras de aumentar a conveniência e segurança da vida digital para seus usuários finais.
A Gemalto ganha força com o número cada vez maior de pessoas que usam seus software e dispositivos seguros para interagir no mundo digital e sem fio.
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