Worldline sits at the centre of a booming, inventive economy that is being driven by the interaction between our imaginations and new technologies.
No matter what sector Worldline works in,
we focus our efforts on 3 strategic areas.
The development of mobile applications, the rise of electronic communities and the daily use of e-services are all trends that we integrate directly into our solutions. They are changing the user experience, user behavior and user expectations. For example, one such trend is the way smartphone apps are replacing the Internet browser for mobile users.
All our hardware or software systems are continuously updated with, and connected to, the latest global innovations. Our solutions are at the cutting edge of technology and, thanks to our expertise in payments and transactions, we bring absolute security and industrial scale information processing to the market. This makes Worldline the 'go to' partner in fields such as the 'internet of things' and smart utilities.
Regulatory changes have a direct impact on innovation. To continue to provide a service, systems must be built for, or constantly adapted to, the latest regulatory environment. In turn, changes in domestic, European and international regulations help to define new standards. A good example is SEPA—the Single Euro Payments Area—which opened up a new market for payments. It drove a wave of consolidation and the emergence of global solutions that required tailored technological solutions.