Payhawk has announced it will be offering up Apple Pay as a solution to customers to ensure safer payments.
UK retailers see digital revenue grow 10% in Q1, 2018. All of the growth in traffic and orders came from mobile devices in the UK, which saw computer and tablet use decline in both KPIs year-over year. Mobile devices drove
2016 has so far been a year of significant change in convenience retail. Convenience multiples (+10.6%) and supermarket multiples (+4.0%) grew the fastest of any convenience sector players, growing by almost 13,000 stores to date, while over 18,000 unaffiliated convenience stores closed.
The Co-op has reported a sharp rise in contactless payments - up by over a million in a month. While cash still remains king for most shoppers it will be outstripped by contactless on mobile phones within the decade according
Poundland, Europe’s leading single price retailer, has completed a significant technology rollout by upgrading all of its UK and Ireland (Dealz) stores to accept payment by contactless and Apple Pay. Poundland customers want a fast, friendly and efficient checkout experience. The
Wincor Nixdorf announces its Aevi Pay cashless payment solution is compatible with Apple Pay, enabling UK merchants to benefit from Wincor Nixdorf’s experience in simplifying the cashless payments process. As Apple offers consumers a new and simpler way to pay,
Apple’s market entry into payments with the launch of its iPhone 6 and Apple Pay service has attracted a raft of comments from the payments industry. Here’s a flavour of the sector’s response to the move. Souheil Badran, senior vice president