2013-09-25 11:38:01 -
Paris, 25 September 2013 - Worldline, Atos subsidiary for e-payment services and
transactional services, has been selected by The Green Link to develop and host
its information system, as well as to provide solutions for urban delivery.
Worldline has provided The Green Link with a custom-made solution based on an
innovative industrial platform. Worldline's know-how allows The Green Link to
optimize its logistics processes by automating and sharing the preparation of
Worldline has developed and implemented cutting-edge technology solutions for
The Green Link (payment, mobile applications for suppliers, delivery process
automation tools, real time notification tools for the consumer). The Green Link
can also differentiate
between its contractors such as FEDEX and TNT by
providing fluid, seamless services with added value for consumers.
The Green Link offers an innovative urban freight and merchandise transportation
approach. Through a network of strategically located warehouses and electric
vehicles, The Green Link handles "the last kilometer" delivery for transporters
such as FEDEX or TNT.
With this partnership, Worldline has shown its technical innovation and knowhow,
which allows the Green Link to provide ecological and intelligent solutions for
current transportation and delivery challenges in urban centers.
"Worldline is the trusted partner that we have selected to help us meet our
growth objectives. Worldline's expertise plays a fundamental role in providing
information to the end client. In the field of mobility, real time monitoring of
delivery routes allows us to guarantee our missions each and every day.
Worldline adds value to two fundamental points, payments and Business
Intelligence. Its ability to listen to its teams and its end-to-end
technological expertise were decisive elements in our choice." explains Michael
Darchambeau, President of The Green Link.
"Worldline is pleased to assist The Green Link in this innovative project
involving the last kilometer delivery. Worldline has invested in the latest
trends to meet Transportation and Logistic challenges: urban delivery and real
time monitoring for the logistics provider and the consumer. We are a capable
partner to assist transportation and logistics actors by offering innovative,
fluid and seamless solutions for consumers," says José Coral, the director of
the Telecom Media & Utilities Business Unit at Worldline.
About The Green Link
Founded in 2009, The Green Link's approach is to test, validate and deploy a
concept by pairing up logistic centers and ecological tools in downtown Paris. A
report was drafted by several towns to encourage transporters to move towards
logistics that are better suited to environmental, social and economic
requirements in urban zones; In order to begin work in other European cities,
The Green Link wants to assist logistic actors in implementing ecological
solutions that are in line with the cities' regulatory codes.
Worldline, an Atos subsidiary, is the European leader and a global player in the
payments services industry. Worldline delivers new generation services, enabling
its customers to offer smooth and innovative solutions to the end consumer. Key
actor for B2B2C industries, with 40 years of experience, Worldline is ideally
positioned to support and contribute to the success of all businesses and
administrative services in a perpetually evolving market. Worldline offers a
unique and flexible business model built around a global and growing portfolio,
thus enabling end-to-end support. Worldline activities are organized around
three axes: Merchant Services & Terminals, Mobility & e-Transactional Services,
Financial Processing Services & Software Licensing. In 2012, Worldline's
activities within the Atos Group generated (pro forma) revenues of 1.1 billion
euros. The company employs more than 7,100 people worldwide. worldline.com
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