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TAS Group

TAS Group is specialised in software solutions for electronic money, payment systems, capital markets and ERP.

TAS Group is specialised in software solutions for electronic money, payment systems, capital markets and ERP. It has been listed on the Italian Stock Exchange since May 2000.

Italian market leader for card management, payment networks access and order management, TAS also operates as key partner in the international market, acting through its subsidiaries: TAS France, TAS Helvetia, TAS Iberia, TAS USA and TAS Americas.

TAS Group serves major commercial & central banks and the main Financial Services centres in Italy and Europe, and the main global broker dealers of the Global Fortune 500.

In recent years TAS Group has diversified its offerings and today its solutions are adopted in the Italian Public Sector (Ministries, Regional Government and other Local Bodies) and by Corporates.

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