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Tulip launches Tulip Pay, a payment integration powered by Stripe

By Delisha Fernandes

January 16, 2024

  • Fintech news
  • FinTech USA
  • In-person Payments

Tulip, Tulip Pay, Stripe, retail transactions, in-person payments, FinTech news, FinTech USATulip, a retail customer engagement solutions provider, has launched Tulip Pay, a payment integration powered by Stripe, a financial infrastructure platform for businesses.

The new payment solution aims to support in-person retail transactions. It is a full-featured payment system that’s simple, quick to deploy, easy to maintain, and fully supported by Tulip.

Customers can use the payment solution to close out in-store, curb side, BOPIS, ROPIS, and BORIS transactions on Tulip POS, addressing every transactional situation they’re facing so that they are covered for every way their customer’s shop.

“The retail technology landscape is getting more and more complex. Tulip’s vision is to make our POS system a one-stop-shop that enables our clients to deploy a complete transaction and payment system quickly and easily. And so, Tulip Pay was created,” said Roberto Grandillo, EVP of Product Management. “We believe retailers will appreciate bundling these two logical components into one, with a single source of support.”

The release of the new payment solution reflects the company’s deep commitment to retail innovation by making the checkout experience as easy for retailers as it is for their customers by offering more services without managing more vendors. The payment solution will use Stripe Terminal, a set of developer interfaces, pre-certified card readers, and logistics management tools. Businesses on Tulip can use the Stripe Reader S700 to accept in-person payments.

The new payment solution accepts more than 100 different payment methods, offers secure, seamless integration with Tulip POS, and enables retailers to get up and running faster than with separate vendors.

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