"Digital security markets are developing as Gemalto anticipated, confirming that our strategies are well founded."
Japan has the world’s largest contactless infrastructure. Its consumers are used to making payments with a wave of their phone, and they’re hungry for more services – from mobile payments to loyalty programs, and e-Ticketing to access control. So Gemalto is the natural mobile near- field communication (NFC) partner for the country’s number one mobile operator, NTT DOCOMO. Our end-to-end solution, selected in 2014, offers its 63 million subscribers the highest levels of convenience and security.
Panama's largest bank, Banconal, turned to Gemalto in 2014 to help it offer multi-channel mobile banking and e-Banking to all its customers. Our Ezio mobile app turns their phones and tablets into strong authentication devices. And to identify themselves securely and sign transactions online, they simply use our Ezio Slim Optical Token. When the card-sized device is held close to a PC screen, its optical sensors register details transmitted through an on-screen barcode.
In sub-Saharan Africa, mobile phone technology can be life-changing. Or even life-saving. We’re using it, for example, to reach over 15 million pregnant women and mothers of young children, to improve their health and nutrition. As part of the mobile industry’s pan-African m-Health initiative, our SmartMessage interactive messaging system links patients with health professionals to deliver free, targeted advice on basic phones. The program was launched in seven countries in 2014 and plans to add another four in 2015.
Red Hat is the world’s leading provider of open-source software solutions. But its virtual private network (VPN) needs to be completely private, since its 7,000 employees use it to access sensitive company information – even remotely. To protect this access more strongly, Red Hat selected our Protiva token technology in 2014 to provide multi-factor authentication. And in keeping with ITS open-standard ethos, our interoperable solution promises easy integration with its present and future IT systems.
How do you encourage people to use a service? Make it more convenient. Almost a million Norwegians use the country’s BankID system to access banking services and sign transactions online. In 2014 Bank-ID adopted our Valimo mobile ID solution to make these services available on the go, across all mobile networks and phone types. Result: with the introduction of a mobile option, transactions per user have doubled.
CaixaBank, Spain’s innovative financial services provider, has launched contactless payment that’s also cardless and phoneless. The EMV- standard technology is built into our Optelio Contactless MiniTag, slipped neatly into a durable, water-resistant wristband. Available in a range of colors, the bands have a particularly strong appeal for younger customers. They’re ideal for outdoor lifestyles and music festivals or sports events – allowing fast, convenient payment with no need to carry a purse or wallet.
Our technology to secure digital identities and access services has proven to be an unmatched combination of security, scalability and cost efficiency.
We operate behind the scenes so that our clients can preserve a direct and trusted relationship with their customers.
We work in partnership with our clients to shape our development. in 2014, in our annual customer survey, 84% of them said they were satisfied or very satisfied with gemalto - a world-class rating.
Our annual employee survey shows a remarkably high level of commitment to gemalto, with 82% saying they were satisfied with the company in 2014.
We get award-winning results with our proactive innovation program and business incubation structure. in 2014 we filed patents for 114 new inventions.
Trust is one of our main assets and fundamental to the way we do business. ever since gemalto was created we have been progressively enhancing the service we deliver to our clients - and so developing the company's brand recognition and reputation.
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