Worldline presented its latest solutions in mobility, mobile banking and blockchain at the mobile World Congress 2019

Worldline, a leader in transactional and payment services, presented its latest innovations and solutions at MWC 2019, the world’s biggest annual mobility meeting, aimed especially at fields such as mobility, digital identity, new Payment experiences, mobile banking and solutions based on blockchain technology. All developed to simplify and optimize the user experience and ensure the transaction process.

YUMI, the new multifunctional high-end terminal directed to retail 

The event was an excellent opportunity to present the new payment experiences in Worldline, where the waiting times at the cashier can be converted into moments that bring Added value thanks to YUMI, the new high-end multifunctional terminal aimed at retail and the payment device that will change the game for OmniCommerce retailers and their customers.

With YUMI, customers can have reactive services, suitable for custom requirements and is fully optimized for portable and counter use, in addition, its 360 ° swivel design will exceed the expectations of retailers in terms of Flexibility and efficiency.
A new way to pay for ultrasound (via smart speakers and inaudible sound)

During the event, Worldline has presented a new form of ultrasound payment developed along with the company Fintech Française CopSonic, which proposes the use of ultrasound technology integrated into the mobile payment solution of Worldline Walet to improve the Customer experience

This guarantees information such as user names, passwords, digital identities, electronic payments or Blockchains, which are transported by ultrasound. Just start the application, and the ultrasound “travels” from the cash register or voice assistant to the smartphone, where validation is performed.

Mobility as a service

Whether traveling by car or public transport, Worldline’s MaaS solutions provide users with a flexible payment through WL TAP 2 use, which allows the use of non-contact cards, via mobile devices and portable technology for input and exit A of transit systems.

The company showed a mobility as a service experience, combining identification and combined payment for transportation, including from route planning to consumer summary at the end of the day, thanks to a single mobility account Managed by the WL Tap 2 solution.

In addition, Worldline presented its vision of the transport of the future in the visa stand, thanks to its partnership with Visa to promote the Open Payment based on its solution WL TAP 2 Use, certified visa Ready for Transit. The Open Payment makes it easier for travelers, particularly for occasional customers, to validate and pay for their ticket. Its use will allow the use of public transport using a non-contact payment card, a smartphone and even a connected clock.

Blockchain 

Worldline is one of the first companies to offer Blockchain commercially viable solutions.

Presented real use cases such as Origin (the first traceability solution for the food industry certified by Bureau Veritas) and Bloomen (a platform for digital rights Management for songs, photos and videos supported by blockchain ).