Eagle Eye to join hospitality’s sector payments and vouchers platform, Flyt

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Flypay, the market leader in innovative, state-of-the-art technology for the hospitality industry, has added SaaS technology provider, Eagle Eye, to its growing number of partners integrating with its revolutionary Flyt platform.

The partnership will unlock new opportunities for Eagle Eye to anticipate and meet the growing technology demands of its world renowned client base, which includes Prezzo, Azzurri Group, ASDA and Coca Cola.

Through its initial integration with Flyt, Eagle Eye will incorporate Flypay’s Pay at Table and Bar Tab services across its branded apps, which will allow consumers to not only redeem vouchers and promotions but also pay through the same app seamlessly.

The businesses will also collaborate to create an Eagle Eye voucher redemption service on the Flyt platform. This will enable third parties to adopt Eagle Eye’s voucher redemption service, enabling it to work alongside Flypay’s Pay at Table and other services in future app developments.

Al Henderson, director of F&B, Eagle Eye, commented: “We’re delighted to offer our clients the opportunity to build on their existing digital loyalty schemes and promotions offering a frictionless user journey through our integration with Flyt. The addition of Flypay’s payment technologies will further aid our mission to be the world’s leading digital marketing network by enabling brands and operators to reduce costs and improve their customer offer.”

Tom Weaver, CEO, Flypay, commented: “I’m absolutely thrilled to welcome Eagle Eye to the Flyt platform. Eagle Eye works with some of the world’s leading brands, who are constantly in search of new and innovative ways to accelerate growth through smart technology. It is therefore paramount that Eagle Eye continue to evolve and enhance their existing offering and the introduction of our Flyt platform into their technology mix, will do just that.”