While the QR code was invented more than 25 years ago, it is only recently that it has become more and more present in our daily lives. In its early days, it was just a tool for Japanese car manufacturers to track their inventory around their factories. From now on, it is everywhere, from the ticket office to advertising and soon also in our wallets.
PayGlobe is an Italian company specialising in solutions for the management of payments and integration of loyalty and CRM through a multi-acquiring system. Ingenico, a Worldline brand, is the largest European player in payment services. Working together, both companies leveraged their payments expertise to support the needs of Mondo Convenienza stores, a leading Italian chain of large-scale distribution of furniture and furnishing accessories.
There is no doubt that the quick service restaurant (QSR) industry took a huge hit during 2020 and 2021, as COVID-19 saw complete closures and the sudden need to shift all or most of sales online and those that stayed open had to adapt to social distancing and contactless payments.
Ingenico, a Worldline brand and global leader in payments, is pleased to announce its new partnership with Moneynet, the Italian Payment Institute. With over 6.6 million Android payment terminals sold worldwide, Ingenico is delighted that Moneynet has chosen its Android smart terminals to accept digital payments and provide value-added services to its customers.
The pandemic has brought about unprecedented changes in the world of payments and the way customers consume goods.
Sales in and out of the UK include new restrictions and additional intra-regional fees as a result of Brexit. Read on for insights into what this means for merchants in the UK and the EU, and five approaches merchants can take to deal with the new measures.