TNS is committed to delivering superior service and world-leading payments, financial services and telecommunications solutions to many of the most prestigious companies in the world.
Since 1990, TNS has been a preferred supplier of networking and integrated data services to many leading organizations in the global payments and financial communities, as well as a provider of extensive telecommunications network solutions to service providers.
TNS manages some of the largest real-time data communication networks in the world, enabling industry participants to simply, securely and reliably interact and transact with other businesses, to access the data and applications they need, over managed and secure communications platforms. TNS’ existing footprint supports millions of connections and provides access to critical databases. TNS’ network securely blends private and public networking to enable customers to utilize a single connection for “one-to-many” and “many-to-many” connections over a global platform.
TNS is a privately held company with a healthy balance sheet and a loyal customer base that includes some of the largest global blue-chip companies in the world. Many of the world’s leading companies continue to count on TNS as their primary provider of a range of managed infrastructure, networking and communication services, enabling them to expand regionally, nationally and globally.
Since its launch, TNS has helped the customers and communities of interest connected to its networks to evolve from legacy to leading-edge technologies. Today the company provides a full range of services from dedicated connections to managed IP network solutions, providing local support and global reach to medium and large enterprises and service providers.
We provide services in over 60 countries across the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific regions with our reach extending to many more.
We monitor our network 24x7x365 through Network Operating Centers in the USA, UK and Australia and maintain additional network management capabilities and operations in many other countries around the world.
We operate some of the largest real-time, mission critical global networks in the payments, telecommunications and financial services industries.
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Transaction Network Services is led by a team of world-class executives, chosen for their experience and ability to adapt our products and services as well as execute strategies to meet the unique needs of our customers around the globe.
Mike Keegan is TNS’ Chief Executive Officer. He is responsible for setting the global direction for the company and for making strategic decisions to ensure sustainable growth. In his role, he oversees the network, operations, sales, development and product groups which deliver solutions to thousands of financial organizations, telecommunications providers and retailers in over 60 countries. Mike’s broad remit also includes responsibility for the administrative functions at TNS, including finance, legal, HR and compliance.
Dennis Randolph is TNS’ Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, and oversees TNS' financial operations teams around the world. He is responsible for ensuring financial compliance in the countries TNS operates in and setting the organization’s financial strategy, including long-term investments, internal control processes and budgeting. He also supports larger structured contracts.
Henry Graham is TNS’ Vice Chairman and is responsible for strategic business development. Henry helps guide investment and tactical decisions to ensure TNS’ long-term growth, including identifying acquisitions, as well as laying the foundations for the company’s growth plans around the world.
As Chief Network Officer, Mark Cole leads a global team responsible for the network and services provided to TNS' customers around the world. His group ensures the design, planning, implementation, maintenance and customer service for TNS' global payments, financial and telecommunications networks.
Jim McLaughlin is TNS’ General Counsel and Secretary. He oversees a team providing legal advice to TNS globally in areas such as contracts, employment, regulatory, intellectual property and acquisitions. In addition he is responsible for the corporate secretary function.
His role also includes leadership of TNS' HR functions, including coordination of recruiting, benefits, performance management, training and employment policies and procedures.
Bill Versen is TNS’ Chief Product Officer. In this far-reaching role, Bill is responsible for overseeing the vision, strategy, development, management, and marketing of all TNS’ products and services globally. Leading a team of more than 140 professionals across three continents, Bill ensures that TNS’ solutions for the payments, telecommunication, and financial service markets continue to meet the diverse needs of TNS’ customers while delivering new strategic solutions with sustainable values that drive profitable revenue for TNS.
As Global Managing Director of TNS’ FinTech Business, John Tait is responsible for identifying and driving growth across the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific regions. He works closely with the senior regional management teams, as well as TNS’ corporate leadership group, to set the company’s Payments strategy. He is focused on working to meet the unique requirements of TNS customers, employees and shareholders.
Mark Collins is Managing Director of TNS’ FinTech Solutions business for the EMEA region, which includes offices in the UK, Ireland, France, Spain, Italy and Germany. Mark drives all sales and business activity in his region and is part of TNS’ leadership team which is responsible for setting TNS’ strategic direction and implementing its vision.
Michael Johnson is the Managing Director of TNS' FinTech Solutions business for the Asia Pacific region. He oversees a diverse team based across Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and the Philippines. Michael is responsible for identifying and driving growth, and works alongside the wider TNS leadership team to set the company's FinTech strategy.
Dan Lyman leads TNS’ FinTech Payments business in North America. In his role, Dan identifies and drives all sales and business activity within his region and contributes to global strategic decisions alongside his European and Asian counterparts, and the wider TNS corporate leadership team.
Alexandro de Araújo is TNS’ Latin America Manager with responsibility for TNS’ business in Brazil and its customer base which spans several countries within the region. He shares his time between TNS’ offices in João Pessoa and São Paulo.
Stefano Durdic is Managing Director of TNS’ Financial Services business. He is responsible for the overall growth and strategic development of TNS’ state-of-the-art solutions and leads a diverse global team which supports TNS’ customers in over 60 countries. With more than 25 years’ experience, Stefano is committed to creating, refining and delivering feature-rich, innovative and highly targeted solutions which meet the demanding needs of financial markets participants.
David Kaemmer is Vice President of Sales for TNS’ Wholesale business. David leads a team which is responsible for driving revenues across TNS’ unique telecommunications product portfolio, including roaming and clearing, signaling, big data-driven solutions, risk and fraud mitigation, mobility applications, messaging and identity management.
TNS founded in the USA to provide services to the POS industry
TNS Telecom Services Division launched
International offices launched in the UK, Canada & Ireland & TNS' Financial Services Division launched
Acquired AT&T's Transaction Access Service (USA)
Offices opened in Australia, France and Japan. Processing Services launched in the UK. Acquired by PSINet
Office opened in Spain
Management, in conjunction with GTCR Golder Rauner LLC, bought back TNS from PSINet
Office opened up in Italy
Acquired Openet (Italy) and Transpoll Offline (UK)
NYSE listing of TNS Inc
Acquired Connect Ro (Romania)
Offices opened in India, Thailand and South Korea. Acquired Comms XL (UK), InfiniRoute Networks Inc. (USA), Sonic Inc. (USA) and JPG Telecom SAS (France)
Dialect Payment Technologies acquired (Australia)
Offices opened in Hong Kong and Singapore
Acquired Verisign's Communication Services Group (USA) and Calypso (Canada)
TNS acquires Cequint (USA)
Office opened in Taiwan. TNS acquired by Siris Capital Group LLC in a take-private transaction
Received investment from KOCH Equity Development LLC
Offices opened in Malaysia and Philippines
Acquired ADVAM (Australia)
TNS Acquires Link Solutions (Brazil)