ASHBURN International Expands Its Activities in Turkmenistan

Published: 31 March 2016 y., Thursday

ASHBURN International Co. creating payment cards, e-commerce and loyalty systems, is expanding its cooperation with banks in Turkmenistan.

In summer 2015, the company started cooperation with the Turkmenistan Government Commercial Dayhan Bank, and in October – with the Turkmenistan Bank. This cooperation further develops.

ASHBURN has offered both banks electronic card readers from Ingenico Group, which is the global payment equipment producer: 1,700 units to Dayhan Bank and 1,600 - to Turkmenistan Bank. They use TransLink.iQ payment terminal network management solution created by ASHBURN, which helps all devices’ operation remote monitoring as well as their settings and software’s update. It has also been adapted to the national Turkmenistan Altyn Asyr payment system.

"We are delighted that our system is successfully used not only in our home country but also abroad: in two other Baltic countries and Turkmenistan. Those who care about speed and data security value it. Our partners appreciated TransLink.iQ as a user-friendly tool to manage the e-card readers’ network, accept and process their financial transactions”, says Dominykas Mertinas, Head of ASHBURN Business Development Department.

TransLink.iQ software is designed and developed with regard to the requirements of VISA International and MasterCard International payment systems. It complies with EMV and PA-DSS standards, and ensures reliable cardholders’ data protection.

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