For 10 years, we have been cultivating a lasting relationship of trust with our banking customers and making sure we are there to support them at the crucial moments in their growth.
Head of Payment Products, French Retail Banking, Societe Generale
Head of Payment Products and Operations, La Banque Postale
Head of Operations, Boursorama
Laurence De Schuyteneer
Head of Payments, Crédit du Nord
Head of the Treasury Department – Means of Payment (DEOFN) at Caisse des Dépôts
Transactis helped us with the launch of Apple Pay, a technical but highly strategic venture for the bank. Its staff helped to construct the world's very first co-badged Apple payment solution. After the dynamic crypto card, this was a second first! A small tap for the iPhone, but a giant leap for mobile payment...
To realise its ambitions, Transactis forges strong and lasting partnerships with leading companies.
Payment Director Sopra Banking Software
Chief Executive Officer, Galitt
For nearly 13 years, we have been working in partnership with Transactis in a spirit of mutual trust to meet the needs in terms of electronic banking and payments in order to be able to offer many value-added services to their customers. The collaborative spirit, the sharing of know-how and expertise has made it possible to successfully set up a new generation of payment factory. We are happy to work closely with Transactis and continue to build this unique relationship
In June 2016, Transactis entered into a partnership with Sopra Banking Software, a leading payment software publisher in Europe, using its Sopra Banking Platform for Payments SBPP package.
This new and innovative partnership, the only one of its kind in Europe, meets three aims:
- To build a shared electronic payment management system meeting new market needs, such as Instant Payment and Sepamail services,
- To share the high investment costs in this sector, including regulatory and security costs,
- To pool the technical costs of managing wire transfer and direct debit payment transactions using an e-banking-type model.