|会社名||Global Payments Inc （GPN グロ―バル･ペイメンツ）|
|概要||事業概要 グローバル・ペイメンツ（Global Payments Inc.）は決済技術サービスの提供に従事する。同社は決済とデジタルコマースのソリューションを提供する。同社は北米、欧州及びアジア太平洋という3つの事業区分により構成される。同社の事業は主に、クレジットカード、デビットカード、電子決済及び小切手関連サービスの支払いソリューションを提供する。同社の顧客は金融サービス、ゲーム、政府、医療、専門サービス、レストラン、小売、大学、非営利団体及び公益事業を含む各分野にある。同社は北米、欧州、アジア太平洋地域及びブラジルの30カ国以上の加盟店とパートナーに、幅広いチャネルにわたるサービスを提供する。同社は承認、電子ドラフトのキャプチャ、資金決済を便宜にするファイル転送、並びにチャージバックと検索の解決などの特定の例外ベースのバックオフィスサポートを含む一連のサービスを提供する。 グロ―バル・ペイメンツは、商店、付加価値再販業者、エンタ―プライズ・ソフトウェア・プロバイダ―、金融機関、政府機関、多国籍企業や独立販売組織に決済処理システムを提供する米国企業。北米、ヨ―ロッパ、アジア・太平洋地域、ブラジルで、支払及びデジタル商取引処理事業などを展開。本社はジョ―ジア州。 Global Payments, Inc. engages in the provision of payment technology and software solutions. It operates through the following segments: Merchant Solutions, Issuer Solutions and Business & Consumer Solutions. The Merchant Solutions segment provides payments technology and software solutions to customers globally. It also provides a variety of value-added services, including specialty point-of-sale solutions, analytic and engagement tools, payroll services and reporting that assist customers with driving demand. The Issuer Solutions segment provides solutions that enable financial institutions and other financial service providers to manage their card portfolios, reduce technical complexity and overhead and offer a seamless experience for cardholders on a single platform. It also provides commercial payments and e Payables solutions that support business-to-business payment processes for businesses and governments. The Business and Consumer Solutions segment provides general purpose reloadable prepaid debit and payroll cards, demand deposit accounts and other financial service solutions to the under banked and other consumers and businesses in the United States through Netspend brand. The company was founded in January 31, 2001 and is headquartered in Atlanta, GA.|
|代表者氏名||William I. Jacobs|
|代表者役職名||Independent Chairman of the Board|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Global Payments Inc revenues decreased 15% to $3.37B. Net income before extraordinary items increased 38% to $428.8M. Revenues reflect North America Merchant services segment decrease of 14% to $2.52B Europe segment decrease of 20% to $610.9M Asia pacific segment decrease of 16% to $233.2M United States segment decrease of 14% to $2.52B Europe segment decrease of 20% to $610.9M.|
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Global Payments Makes PCI History in Partnership with Coalfire 2020/08/05 13:00:00 PR Newswire
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Global Payments to boost fintech services with AWS partnership | IT PRO 2020/08/04 10:06:08 IT Pro
Contactless payments and digital banking services "can all be done better, faster and cheaper in the cloud", says CEO Jeff Sloan
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