LAS VEGAS & PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Verifone (NYSE: PAY) announced today that its complete Payment as a Service solution has been selected by Turkish Airlines to meet the needs of its 6,000 ticketing offices and agencies. Verifone will provide a single-source solution, including help desk, field services, hosting, and hardware and software services.
Payment as a Service from Verifone provides Turkish Airlines maximum flexibility while alleviating the burden of integration, management and cost volatility. Turkish Airlines originally leveraged the platform in its own ticketing offices before expanding the deployment to its agencies this past summer. The initial deployment of 1,000 offices is expected to grow to a total of more than 6,000.
“Verifone’s Payment as a Service ensures that agencies and our own sales offices can work under the same conditions and eases the work load on our accounting department,” said Altuğ Meydanlı, vice president of Income Accounting for Turkish Airlines.
Verifone’s integrated platform enables Turkish Airlines to securely accept cards from 12 different banks, process installment payments, simplify reporting across its SAP accounting systems and streamline PCI management. It also sets the stage for the airline to enhance customer service by supporting loyalty programs offered by cardholders’ banks.
“Verifone’s integrated, single source Payment as a Service solution ensures Turkish Airlines is able to meet industry requirements and ensure security and compliance utilizing our PCI DSS hosting facilities,” said Onur Altinbaş, general manager for Turkey, Southern Europe and Russia for Verifone. “This solution handles all payment transactions, improves customer satisfaction and will enable Turkish Airlines to offer new loyalty applications.
Payment as a Service from Verifone combines world-class hardware, software, and services in a flexible and robust managed services suite with a cost-predictable subscription model to ensure simplicity and deliver an optimal customer experience.
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About Turkish Airlines:
Turkish Airlines, which is a member of Star Alliance s, was established in 1933, this company and currently has a 264 (passenger and cargo) plane fleet, flies to 217 international, 43 domestic points and 260 points in the world. According to a Skytrax evaluation in 2014, Turkish Airlines was successively selected as the “Best Airline Company of Europe” for the 4th time and “Best Airline Company of Southern Europe” for the 6th time. Turkish Airlines, which won awards of “Best Economy Catering” of the world in 2010 and “Best Business Class Catering” in 2013, was granted awards of “Best Business Class Catering” and “Best Business Class Private Passenger Saloon Catering” of the world in a Skytrax evaluation of this year. You can obtain more detailed information on Turkish Airlines from this web site: www.turkishairlines.com.
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