Adyen partners with Hungry Jack’s to improve payments systems
By Edil Corneille
Today, Amsterdam-based global payments platform – Adyen, announced its partnership with Australia’s Hungry Jack’s, a quick-service restaurant, to improve the point-of-sale (POS) terminal fleet and help unify in-store and ecommerce channels – driving cost savings while improving revenues and the customer experience.
“Adyen’s POS offering has had a significant impact on the business. The last thing you want is your payment system failing on a busy night. A reliable payments set-up allows for quick, seamless customer experiences, and thus improves our turnover,” said Hungry Jack’s CIO Bruce Nolte. “We want to make it as easy as possible to pay and focus on having a preferred option for everybody across channels. Integrating to the Adyen platform has unlocked this for us. Furthermore, Adyen’s unified commerce solution enabled us to utilize online, delivery, and drive-through options while the dining room was closed throughout the COVID-19 pandemic,” Nolte concluded.
Adyen provides a modern end-to-end infrastructure connecting directly to Visa, Mastercard, and consumers’ globally preferred payment methods. It is said to deliver frictionless payments across online, mobile, and in-store channels. With offices across the world, the company serves customers including Facebook, Uber, Spotify, Microsoft, Singapore Airlines, and L’Oréal.
The cooperation with Hungry Jack’s is said to underlines Adyen’s continuous growth with current and new merchants over the years.
“Offering smooth customer experiences are crucial for QSRs – especially during peak service times and for drive-through and delivery,” said Michel von Aalten, Adyen Country Manager of Australia and New Zealand. “We’re excited by the results Hungry Jack’s has already achieved and look forward to supporting them further on their unified commerce journey.”