Tuesday, 05 March 2013 14:39

TNS, AAPT partner with EFTPOS services Featured

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Data communications and interoperability solutions provider, Transaction Network Services (TNS) has sealed a partnership with AAPT which it says will “dramatically reduce cost” and improve reliability for acquirers and processors operating fleets of Dial EFTPOS devices in Australia.

According to John Banfield, TNS’ SVP and General Manager for Asia Pacific, by leveraging AAPT’s national network in conjunction with TNS’ global industry expertise, the company have created a “unique multi-carrier offering for Australian banks and their Dial EFTPOS fleets.”

“TNS’ experience in migrating to EMV and meeting the needs of customers who require multi-host routing has positioned us as the leading provider, in Australia as well as in the UK and USA.

“TNS is committed to driving new and innovative services to the Australian payments market. The relationship with AAPT marks our expanding coverage in the Asia Pacific region to continue to deliver robust, cost-effective payments solutions to the market.”

Banfield said that TNS connected millions of payment devices for customers globally, “serving the requirements of half of the major acquirers and processors worldwide, enabling secure, efficient and cost-effective delivery and processing of payments.”  

AAPT CEO, David Yuil said AAPT was “pleased to announce an alliance with global payments expert TNS as it launches one of the most sophisticated and resilient EFTPOS networks.

“TNS is using our extreme performance network to provide resilience and fine-grained call metering. AAPT, in conjunction with TNS, is delivering on our commitments to bring true competition and a credible choice to Australian banks.”

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