Thales Partners

TPS Thales Partners


TPS is a leading technology provider of EFT switch and payment processing related solutions and services. With more than a decade of focused domain expertise, TPS empowers the self-service and financial delivery infrastructure of over 130 banks and Telcos in 32 countries across South Asia, Asia Pacific, Middle East/Gulf, Europe and Africa. Through its reliable software products, strong business and technical consultancy and efficient system integration services, TPS delivers world class solutions that help financial institutions, particularly banks, and telecoms maximize process efficiency, enhance service delivery and boost profitability. From inception through design and implementation to upgrades and support, TPS stays committed to the entire project lifecycle and beyond. TPS integrates the Thales payShield 10k to provide payment solutions to its customers.     Additional Resources     Data Sheet : payShield 10k Download Headquarters: Karachi, Pakistan



IRIS is Next Generation Enterprise Switching Middleware based on Phoenix technology that lays the foundation for alternative distribution infrastructure, designed to allow channels and services to be added quickly and easily. IRIS builds a strong framework for banks on which they can immediately deploy support for various delivery channels like ATM, IVR, Call Center, Point of Sale Network (at branches/merchants), Internet Banking, Cellular Banking, Bill Payments and so on. To build extra security measures into these sensitive environments, TPS incorporates Thales Luna Payment HSM into its platform for secure EFT payment protection. 

Thales Luna Payment HSM is designed for Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) and payment system processing environments, and provides end-to-end security for online banking transactions and applications for credit, debit, and chip cards. Using encryption for ultimate securing of confidential banking information, Luna EFT encrypts data at the client’s browser and decrypts at the host, so the transaction remains secure from the point of entry through processing and authentication.