ATOS: Worldline is the technical operator chosen by BNP Paribas, La Banque Postale and Société Générale for implementing

  ATOS: Worldline is the technical operator chosen by BNP Paribas, La Banque
         Postale and Société Générale for implementing Paylib service

  Paylib: A new payment service simple, secure and multi-channel for e- and
      m-commerce, based on Worldline's expertise in innovative payments

Paris, 24 September 2013- BNP Paribas, La Banque Postale and Société  Générale 
launch Paylib,  a  new payment  solution  on  the internet  and  mobile,  user 
friendly, seamless  and  secure.  Worldline,  Atos  subsidiary  for  e-payment 
services, used its operational capabilities and expertise of its solutions for
E-wallet and  authentication  on mobiles  for  creating Paylib.  The  solution 
allows to make a payment with  a simple personal identification code,  without 
entering his credit card number from his computer, tablet or Smartphone.

Paylib solution  offers  a  new  way  to  settle  ones  purchases  in  e-  and 
m-commerce, user friendly, highly  secure and guaranteeing confidentiality  of 
personal data. It offers both the individuals and merchants the same level  of 
security, similar to a proximity payment by  credit card, with a novel way  of 
purchase for e-and m-commerce, seamless and without the necessity to  re-enter 
information related to the card (card number, expiry date and CVV).

BNP Paribas, La Banque Postale and Société Générale have chosen Worldline  for 
its expertise  related to  e-payments  and management  of large  projects.  In 
addition to  the experience  of the  three banks,  the know-how  of  Worldline 
related to innovative and secure  payments solutions have jointly  contributed 
towards the creation of Paylib. Worldline relies on its multi-channel E-Wallet
which allows paying for online purchases  with credit card, without having  it 
in hand, as well  as its comprehensive solution  for strong authentication  on 
mobile, offering the  best compromise  between user  experience, security  and 

The project has been executed in collaboration with operational teams from the
three participating banks  in record  time: Only  11 months  were required  to 
execute a very demanding project, at  the functional as well as technical  and 
security levels.

"Worldline is  happy  to  see  the launch  of  Paylib  service  today.  While 
contributing technically and functionally to the creation of this service, we
have provided BNP Paribas, La Banque Postale and Société Générale the best  of 
our expertise  related  to payment,  security  and development  of  innovative 
mobile applications."  explains  Marc-Henri  Desportes ,  general  manager  of 

Eight  important  French  e-traders  have  already  given  their  consent  for 
implementation of  Paylib  which  is  available  from  today  for  23  million 
individual network customers from three participating banks. They offer Paylib
via a  mobile application,  dedicated or  integrated into  the online  banking 

About Worldline

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  1.1billion euros.  The company  employs more  than  7,100people 

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