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Ingenico Group's Fully Managed IPhone-based Payment Solution Selected By Loewe

Ingenico Group, said that Loewe, the Spanish luxury retailer, has turned to Ingenico Group for a fully managed iPhone-based in-store mobile payment solution to be deployed across its pan-European and global retail network, starting in Milan (Italy) and Omotesando (Japan).

Ingenico Group said its payment solution will feature a fully secure mobile POS (iCMP) connected via Bluetooth with the sales assistants' iPhone. The terminal will also include an integrated suite of m-commerce management tools to customize receipts, issue refunds, export and analyze transaction data, and more.

In addition, Ingenico Group will also manage all the European transactions through its central gateway. This fully PCI DSS compliant solution will help Loewe control costs, providing end-to-end security in compliance with international payment regulations and standards.

"We are very pleased that Loewe has chosen our fully managed mobile payment solution to cover its retail network," said Pierre-Antoine Vacheron, EVP Europe-SEPA, Ingenico Group."

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