Ingenico signs mobile payments deal with Loewe

Wednesday 17 September 2014 09:34 CET | News

French payments company Ingenico has signed a deal with LVMH-owned Spanish luxury retailer Loewe to provide iPhone-based payment services for its network of 160 stores around the world.

The company, which sells card terminals and mobile payment devices, did not disclose the value of its deal with Loewe, which makes handbags for LVMH.

According to the agreement, Ingenico is set to equip Loewe sales staff at stores in 34 countries with an iPhone-ready mobile payment system and manage its European transactions.

Ingenico Group’s payment solution is set to feature a mobile POS (iCMP) connected via Bluetooth with the sales assistants’ iPhone. The terminal is also set to include an integrated suite of m-commerce management tools to customize receipts, issue refunds, export and analyse transaction data and others. 

In recent news, Ingenico has entered an agreement with Yapital, a European cross-channel payment system operator.

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Keywords: Ingenico, mobile, payments , Loewe, iPhone, LVMH, devices, stores, m-commerce, mobile PoS
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Countries: World
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