The new world of commerce
Over the past few years, retail has undergone extensive and rapid change. The requirement for retailers and merchants to deliver on their omnichannel promise and meet consumers expectations has become crucial to achieving success in this new world of commerce. For Ingenico, these changes mean the ongoing delivery of innovation which is at the heart of all the solutions the Group develops for its customers and end users. With consumer behaviour dramatically evolving – thanks to more and more complex omnichannel journeys encompassing instore, online, mobility, and self-service – merchants need to provide simple, efficient and frictionless payment solutions to answer consumer demands, without compromising the speed of service speed, time to market or security.
Ingenico’s payment platform will provide M&S customers with an innovative payment experience, allowing them to pay wherever and whenever they want using their preferred method and sales channel. Ingenico’s platform will also enable M&S to better understand its customers and ultimately increase sales through meaningful insight. This will enable the company to tailor its offers, enhance its omnichannel shopping experience, and ensure that the payment process follows every customer journey.
A leading-edge security solution
The Ingenico solution will help M&S reduce its costs and PCI complexity, utilising the latest in leading-edge security technologies to protect customers. Ingenico PCI PTS 5 hardware will be rolled out across the M&S estate, with the very latest Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE) technology implemented, connected to an instore and online PCI DSS platform to ensure customer data is secure.
M&S selected Ingenico as the market leading provider of secure payment solutions and for its proven track record of delivering complex, robust, reliable and secure solutions for the biggest and most demanding global brands. Ingenico is also able to take full accountability for the payment service and the performance of the new devices as a result of operating its own service and repair centres.