Parking provider Vinci moves to Sepa with Worldline

Global parking provider Vinci Park has gone to Worldline to support its e-payment and transactional services migration to Sepa (Single Euro Payments Area).

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Global parking provider Vinci Park has gone to Worldline to support its e-payment and transactional services migration to Sepa (Single Euro Payments Area).

Vinci Park has also chosen Worldline, an Atos subsidiary, to support the management and electronic signatures of its Sepa mandates. In this way, Vinci Park can now offer its clients an electronic payment solution via electronic mandate signatures remotely or at point of sale.

The Worldline Sepa Payment Suite is designed to have a limited impact on tools and on processes, to offer a simplified migration of existing mandates and the re-use of existing payment files.

With Worldline's electronic signature platform Vinci Park will be able to create, modify and cancel a mandate completely paper-free, which will enable "significant cost-savings", said Vinci.

Users can choose to pay for their Vinci Park subscription securely by a Sepa-format direct debit using an online mandate signature.

Erwan Begos, director of audit and payment methods at Vinci Park, said: "We chose Worldline for their flow management capacity, extensive functional coverage and the maturity of their Sepa product. Electronic mandate signatures will enable us to differentiate ourselves by offering our customers an innovative service."

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