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Telecom Italia implementiert mobile Finanzdienstlösung von Gemalto

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Gemalto (Euronext NL0000400653 GTO), der Weltmarktführer in digitaler Sicherheit, gibt die Implementierung seiner Komplettsoftware für mobile Finanzdienste Mobile Financial Services (MFS) durch Telecom Italia bekannt. Das Unternehmen ist der führende Mobilfunkbetreiber in Italien mit mehr als 30 Millionen Kunden und bringt damit seine „Mobile Wallet“-Dienste auf den Markt. Die Lösung umfasst die LinqUs-Plattformen für Trusted Services Management (TSM) zur sicheren Verwaltung der NFC-Anwendungen und für mobile Zahlungsdienste zur Verwaltung der Transaktionen.

Die einzigartige Lösung von Gemalto versetzt die Kunden in die Lage, ein vollständiges Mobile Wallet von ihrem Endgerät aus zu verwalten und für eine breite Palette von Finanzservices einzusetzen. Hierzu gehören kontaktlose Zahlungen im Einzelhandel und öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln, Online- und Fernzahlungen, Kundenbindungsprogramme und P2P-Geldüberweisungen über Mobilfunk oder an NFC-Terminals. Zur mobilen kontaktlosen Komplettlösung von Gemalto gehören die hochentwickelten UpTeq NFC-SIM-Karten sowie die TSM-Dienste, mit denen Serviceanbieter in der Lage sind, ihren Kunden überzeugende NFC-Dienste bereitzustellen, darunter zum Beispiel Zahlungssysteme, digitale Fahrscheine in öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln und Eintrittskarten für Stadien und Konferenzen.

Gemeinsam mit seinem Systempartner Hewlett-Packard Italy liefert Gemalto die erforderliche Serviceplattform, welche die Verbindung zu Dienstleistern wie Banken, Händlern, Vertriebsstellen, Verkehrsbetrieben und Verwaltungsbehörden herstellt und Telecom Italia hilft, sich als Marke zu differenzieren, seine Kundenbeziehungen zu vertiefen und sich neue Einnahmenquellen zu erschließen. Die umfassenden Serviceleistungen von Gemalto werden Telecom Italia darüber hinaus in die Lage versetzen, seine Marktpräsenz auszuweiten und Dienste für bislang unterversorgte Bevölkerungsgruppen anzubieten, wie zum Beispiel Menschen mit eingeschränktem Bankzugang oder Jugendlichen.

Jean-Claude Deturche, Senior Vice President Mobile Financial Services von Gemalto, erklärte: „Unsere Mobile Financial Services-Lösung wurde für ein breites Spektrum von Anwendungsszenarien im Online- und Nahfeldbereich konzipiert und soll die Einführung neuer mobiler NFC-Dienste leichter machen, wenn die Nachfrage zunimmt. Da in Italien bereits eine bewährte und erprobte Infrastruktur für kontaktlose Zahlungen vorhanden ist, handelt es sich bei der geplanten Einführung des Mobile Wallet durch Telecom Italia um einen aufregenden Fortschritt für die italienischen Verbraucher.“

Mobile Zahlungssysteme bieten hervorragende Wachstumschancen und wir erwarten, dass das weltweite Transaktionsvolumen zwischen 2011 und 2016 im Durchschnitt um 42 Prozent pro Jahr zunimmt“, sagte Sandy Shen, Consumer Services Research Director von Gartner. „ Consumer Services Research Director von Gartner. „Diese Entwicklung eröffnet großartige Chancen für Dienstleister und Lösungsanbieter, die ihre Angebote anhand lokaler Nachfragemuster auf ihre Kunden zuschneiden müssen. Nur wenige globale Akteure werden über die ausreichenden Kapazitäten und Ressourcen verfügen, um Großkunden und den Massenmarkt zubedienen, deren Anforderungen problemlos durch Standardlösungen erfüllt werden können.“

Quelle: Gartner Report: „Forecast: Mobile Payment, Worldwide, 2009-2016”, veröffentlicht am 9. Mai 2012.

Über Gemalto

Gemalto (Euronext NL0000400653 GTO) ist das weltweit führende Unternehmen auf dem Gebiet der digitalen Sicherheit. Das Unternehmen erzielte 2011 einen Jahresumsatz von 2 Milliarden Euro. Gemalto beschäftigt über 10.000 Mitarbeiter in insgesamt 74 Niederlassungen und 14 Forschungs- und Service-Zentren in 43 Ländern.

Gemalto ist ein integraler Bestandteil der entstehenden digitalen Gesellschaft. Milliarden von Menschen weltweit wollen heute überall, jederzeit und uneingeschränkt kommunizieren, reisen, einkaufen, Bankgeschäfte erledigen, unterhalten werden oder arbeiten - und das so einfach, angenehm und sicher wie möglich. Gemalto erfüllt die wachsenden Anforderungen an individuelle mobile Serviceleistungen, Identitätsschutz, sichere Zahlungslösungen, authentifizierte Onlinedienste, Zugang zu Cloud-Computing, moderne Transportlösungen, M2M-Kommunikationsanwendungen sowie elektronische Gesundheits- und Behördendienste.

Gemalto entwickelt sichere Softwarelösungen zur Ausführung auf vertrauenswürdigen Geräten, die das Unternehmen selbst entwickelt, konzipiert und personalisiert. Während des gesamten Lebenszyklus verwaltet Gemalto diese Geräte, die darauf enthaltenen vertraulichen Daten sowie die ermöglichten Services. Durch kontinuierliche Innovationen versetzt Gemalto seine Kunden in die Lage, attraktive Angebote für das digitale Leben zu machen.

Die Endanwender profitieren vom Komfort und der Sicherheit dieser Lösungen. Da immer mehr Menschen die Software und die sicheren Geräte von Gemalto nutzen, erzielt das Unternehmen hohe Wachstumszahlen.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter www.gemalto.com, www.justaskgemalto.com, blog.gemalto.com oder folgen Sie @gemalto auf Twitter.

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