COMPAGNIE INDUSTRIELLE ET FINANCIERE D INGENIERIE S.A. – INGENICO

COMPAGNIE INDUSTRIELLE ET FINANCIERE D INGENIERIE S.A. – INGENICO

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Company Overview
Compagnie Industrielle et Financiиre d’Ingйnierie S.A. – Ingenico, with headquarters in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, is engaged in the manufacture of payment terminals and provision of consultancy, integration and operation services throughout the design and implementation stages of electronic payment projects. The company was founded in France by Jean-Jacques Poutrel and Michel Malhouitre in 1980 and has since then expanded worldwide by establishing subsidiaries and offices in various countries and by applying an aggressive but carefully targeted acquisitions policy.
Compagnie Industrielle et Financiиre d’Ingйnierie offers a range of end-to-end solutions such as secure payment terminals, terminals with contactless or biometric capabilities, EMV acquisition solutions, central management of transaction flows and merchant services.
The company’s commercial activity in France is structured around three entities: Ingenico Banking, which gathers the sales volumes of terminals and peripherals at banking institutions and partners; Ingenico Retail, offers complete solutions for payment and data transactions; and MoneyLine Banking Systems, offers banks a solution in the development of new concepts in banking.
Compagnie Industrielle et Financiиre d’Ingйnierie is one of the world’s leading providers of payment solutions. The company’s vision is to remain the key player in the secure transactions industry.
The company serves customers (banks, distributors, maintenance companies, major retailers, small traders, businesses) from throughout Western Europe as well as in the United States, Latin America, China, Japan, Australia and in many parts of Eastern Europe, Asia and Africa.
Business Summary
The Company is especialized in designing, producing and marketing electronic banking systems for the distribution sector. The group’s activity revolves primarily around three product and service families:
– electronic banking systems and electronic payment terminals: automated teller machines, portable terminals, card readers, check reader-writers, electronic banking modules, integrated software for electronic banking and terminal fleet management, etc.;
– banking systems: automatic teller machines, check scanners, interactive multimedia kiosks, check verifiers, automatic teller software, etc.;
– installation, maintenance and training services.
Description and history
The Company is especialized in designing, producing and marketing electronic banking systems for the distribution sector, formed from the merger-absorption of Moneyline in October 2006. The new group’s activity revolves primarily around three product and service families:
Electronic banking systems and electronic payment terminals: automated teller machines, portable terminals, card readers, check reader-writers, electronic banking modules, integrated software for electronic banking and terminal fleet management, etc.;
Banking systems: automatic teller machines, check scanners, interactive multimedia kiosks, check verifiers, automatic teller software, etc.;
Installation, maintenance and training services.

History:
1980:The Company founded by Jean-Jacques Poutrel and Michel Malhouitre
1984:First dual magnetic stripe / smart card terminal
1985:Listing on the second market of the Paris Stock Exchange
1987:Transferred to the First Market of the Paris Stock Exchange
1988:Founding of The Company Pacific (Australia)
1991:Launch of the Euromos multi-application terminal
1992:Launch of the Elite terminals range
1996:
-Acquisition of Innovatron Data Systems
-Acquisition of Epos (Germany)
-Strategic alliance with IVI in Canada by means of a 16.9% acquisition of share
1999:
-Acquisition of the terminals activity of De La Rue (Fortronic / UK) and Bull (Telesincro / Spain)
-Creation of Ingenico subsidiaries in Sweden and Japan
2000:
-Creation of the Ingenico software and services division
-Acquisition of Saunders Jefferies (UK), major player in B-to-B e-commerce
-Acquisition of Lexem (France), major company specializing in secure payment over the Internet.
-Acquisition of EAC (France), systems integration specialist in the EFT sector (Means of Payment and Transaction security)
2001:
-Acquisition of IVI Checkmate, third-largest supplier of payment systems in North America.
(IVI Checkmate shortly after became INGENICO Corp)
2002:
-Launching a new range of terminals ‘I series’ and PIN Pads based on UNICAPT 32
-First Bluetooth payment terminal of the market
2003:
-Jean-Marie Descarpentries named President of Ingenico New organization structure composed of 2 Business Divisions, 6 Regional Sales Offices and 3 Functions
-Transfert of EAC
-Ingenico outsource all internal production to Celestica/MSL
2005:
-Marketing partnership with IBM’s Retail Store Solutions in USA
-New subsidiaries in Poland, Hungary, Switzerland, Chile
2004:
-Launching of Pay@Table program
-Positioning in the taxi automation market with IngeCab
-Positioning in the Electronic identity market with Inge-ID

Founded in France by Jean-Jacques Poutrel and Michel Malhouitre

Description in French
La Sociйtй est spйcialisйe, de la fabrication et de la commercialisation de systиmes monйtiques а destination du secteur de la distribution, a l’issue de la fusion-absorption de Moneyline en octobre 2006. L’activitй du nouveau groupe s’organise essentiellement autour de 3 familles de produits et services :
Systиmes monйtiques et terminaux de paiement йlectronique : terminaux de comptoirs, terminaux portables, lecteurs de cartes, lecteurs et йditeurs de chиques, modules monйtiques, logiciels de monйtique intйgrйe et de gestion de parcs de terminaux, etc. ;
Systиmes bancaires : automates, scanners de chиques, kiosques multimйdias interactifs, vйrificateurs de chиques, logiciels d’automates, etc. ;
Services d’installation, de maintenance et de formation.

Historique:
1980:Creation deLa Sociйtй par Jean-Jacques Poutrel et Michel Malhouitre
1984:Premier terminal mixte carte a piste / carte a puce
1985:Introduction sur le second marche de la Bourse de Paris
1987:Transfert a la cote officielle de la Bourse de Paris : reglement mensuel
1988:Creation d’INGENICO PACIFIC (AUSTRALIE)
1991:Lancement du terminal multi-application Euromos
1992:Lancement de la gamme de terminaux ELITE
1996:
-Acquisition d’Innovatron Data Systems
-Acquisition d’Epos (Allemagne)
-Alliance strategique avec IVI au Canada par une prise de participation de 16,9% dans son capital
1999:
-Acquisition de l’activite terminaux de De La Rue (Fortronic / UK) et de Bull (Telesincro / Espagne)
-Creation de filiales Ingenico en Suede et au Japon
2000:
-Creation de la division logiciels et services d’Ingenico
-Acquisition de Saunders Jefferies (Royaume-Uni), acteur signicatif dans le commerce electronique B to B.
-Acquisition de la societe Lexem (France), intervenant majeur dans le domaine du paiement
securise sur Internet.
-Acquisition d’EAC (France), specialiste de l’integration de systemes dans le secteur de la monetique, Moyens de Paiement et securisation des Transactions
2001:
-Acquisition d’IVI Checkmate, troisieme fournisseur de systemes de paiement en Amerique du Nord.
IVI Checmate est devenue peu apres INGENICO Corp.
2002:
-Lancement d’une nouvelle gamme de terminaux et de PIN Pads bases sur UNICAPT 32
-Premier terminal de paiement Bluetooth du marche
2003:
-Jean-Marie Descarpentries nomme President d’Ingenico (juillet)
-Cession de la societe EAC
-Externalisation de la production aupres de Celestica/MSL (Espagne)
2005:
-La Sociйtй devient le fournisseur monйtique d’IBM aux Etats-Unis
-Nouvelles filiales en Pologne, Hongrie, Suisse, Chili
– Nomination d’un nouveau President du conseil d’administration au sein de la societe, M. David ZNATY, le 19 avril 2005
Business Line
Engaged in the manufacture of payment terminals and provision of consultancy, integration and operation services throughout the design and implementation stages of electronic payment projects
Subsidiary
AUTO GAIN HK LTD
Advisor
KPMG AUDIT
IPO date
1/1/1987
US SIC Code
3571
Company Address
192, Avenue Charles de Gaulle

City province or state postal code
92200, NEUILLY-SUR-SEINE
Phone: +33 1 46 25 82 00
Fax: +33 1 47 72 56 95
Country address: FRANCE
Website url: www.ingenico.fr