(MENAFN - Morocco World News)
Rabat – Ingenico Group, a French-based company that provides technology involved in secure electronic transactions, plans to expand its presence in Morocco and West Africa to optimize its service.
In a statement issued on Sunday, the company announced that its presence in Morocco 'is part of the Group's geographic expansion strategy, aimed at corking closely with its customers and partners to optimize its level of service.'
This strategy also aims at offering innovative solutions 'tailored to local specificities,' according to the press release.
Francois Voyron, Middle East and Africa Director of the Banks and Acquirers Division of Ingenico Group, said that he is 'very happy to have taken the lead of our Moroccan activity.'
'The strengthening of our commercial, technical and operational teams demonstrates Ingenico's desire to better understand the needs and issues of the area's customers and to provide them with local services,' he added.
With an office opened in Casablanca in 2014, the company has been under Voyron management. The business's commercial management has been entrusted to Evren Gurlergolu, added the statement.
'To achieve our ambitions and meet the needs of our customers the teams have been reinforced.'
The company also offers its clients 'the depth and breadth' of its 'large in-store and online acceptance network.' This network, according to the official of the company, 'combines global expertise with local solutions.'
'We connect retailers to all financial institutions and deliver access to the widest portfolio of local, national, international and alternative payment methods,' the source added.
The international company has 88 sites across the world, including Argentina, Brazil, Japan, Turkey, and Australia. The multi-local strategy offers the company with the opportunity to 'understand local businesses and regulatory conditions as well as the needs of global brands and local merchants alike, and to offer them the most appropriate solutions and services for their markets,' according to Ingenico.