Piraeus Bank selects Antelop as its mobile payments provider

Piraeus Bank selects Antelop as its mobile payments provider
09.07.2018 01:26 pm

Piraeus Bank selects Antelop as its mobile payments provider

Payments , Banking

Antelop, leading reference in mobile payment solutions for card issuers and banks accelerate deployment with Piraeus Bank, largest card issuer in Greece. 

Piraeus Bank, the largest card issuer in Greece, has selected Antelop Solutions as its long-term e-wallet and digital payments partner, enabling the bank to provide its customers with a large range of cutting edge e-wallet and mobile payments capabilities.

"Antelop's extensive scheme certifications, its best-in-class PCI DSS compliance and their unique security expertise, were key factors to choose them as our long-term partner, Mr. John Raptakis, Head, Transactional Banking Systems, Remote Banking at Piraeus Bank says. 

"The scalability, agility and fast time-to-market of Antelop's SaaS-based approach is very attractive and will deliver an enhanced service to our customers," Mr. Raptakis adds. "Integration is simple and Antelop’s team is always available to provide their extensive expertise in both business and technical related issues” 

Founded by a team of former senior consultants and technical product managers at Visa, Antelop's white-label ecommerce and mobile payment solutions support Visa, Mastercard and Cartes Bancaires applications and can be integrated into an issuer's existing environment, web and mobile banking, or offered as a standalone service. Antelop was the first company to reach security compliance by Visa for an NFC mobile payment application in 2015. 

Customers include French bank Crédit Mutuel Arkéa, which uses Antelop technology to power their mobile payments service launched in February last year. Additionally, Antelop announced last week, it had received certification from Visa as a Token Requestor-Token Service Provider (TR-TSP). 

"We are delighted that Piraeus Bank has chosen Antelop as their long-term partner and very much look forward to working with their team to build e-wallet and mobile payments services that deliver market leading solutions to their customers," says Nicolas Bruley, CEO at Antelop.

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