TNS provides Pan-Asian telco network for global payments

“Asia is an important growth area providing us with a strong position in rapidly evolving emerging markets."

TNS, a global provider of data communications and interoperability solutions, is providing a Pan-Asian telecommunications network for Global Payments, a worldwide provider of payment technology services.

Utilising TNS’ Dial and TNSConnect technologies, the network aims to delivers a single solution which harmonises the payments infrastructure across the diverse range of countries and telecommunications environments.

“Asia is an important growth area providing us with a strong position in rapidly evolving emerging markets,” says Lisa Shipley, Executive Vice President and Managing Director of TNS’ Payment Network Solutions.

“We are delighted to provide our highly available, resilient and secure network technology for Global Payments in Asia, where we are ideally placed to help organisations that need pan-regional support.”

TNS claims that the high speed TNS solution offers “flexible routing and a range of connectivity options” to help simplify operations which carry multiple types of transaction traffic.

In addition, the party line is that it is adaptable and scalable, allowing users to cost-effectively expand and enter new markets as opportunities arise.

“We have had a long-standing relationship with TNS because of their extensive global reach and ability to handle the many different protocols and methods used across the Asia Pacific region,” adds Guido Sacchi, CIO, Global Payments.

“By using TNS, we have achieved a standardised, PCI DSS solution that complies with local regulations in each market, meeting Global Payments’ business requirements and allowing us to maintain a high standard of service to our customers.”

TNS is also active in Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Australia and New Zealand, providing services in more than 60 countries across Europe, the Americas and the Asia Pacific regions.

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