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Worldline and Morrisons extend their partnership to improve the payment experience for customers in the UK

By Joy Dumasia

July 18, 2022

  • Card Transactions
  • Digital Payments
  • Europe
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WorldlineWorldline announces it has renewed and strengthened its partnership with retailer Morrisons through a new PIN Pad offering – Lane/3000. Morrisons joins a growing list of Worldline customers in the UK adopting the Lane/3000 PIN Pad as a core part of its in-store payment system. The Worldline Lane/3000 PIN Pad will help Morrisons manage the millions of multi-lane, self-check and restaurant transactions that are processed each day, enabling consumers to pay faster at the tills and reduce overall waiting times. 

Worldline has proudly been supplying the PIN Pad interface between Morrisons and its card-holding customers since the introduction of PIN verification. Ensuring reliability and a great customer experience, the L/3000 PIN Pads are fully compliant with the latest PCI regulations, guaranteeing maximum security to all encrypted debit/credit card transactions. The deployment of the new Worldline Lane/3000 PIN Pad commenced in Morrisons’ stores in September 2021. 

Lee Jones, Managing Director Northern Europe, Merchant Services at Worldline, said: “Morrisons is a much-loved household name across the UK, and we are delighted to announce the extension of our partnership which will ensure speedy and reliable payments for all Morrisons customers. We are very excited to see the new Lane/3000 being rolled out across stores, enabling Morrisons and its customers to benefit from a fast, seamless and secure solution.” 

Morrisons processes millions of encrypted card transactions each day and has invested in the latest Lane/3000 PIN Pad technology, which possesses faster transaction speeds, to ensure customers enjoy a swift, secure and frictionless checkout experience for years to come. 

Kate Lavery, Technology Director – Customer & Colleague at Morrisons, said: “We are delighted to be extending our longstanding and valued partnership with Worldline. The Lane/3000 peds provide a secure offering for us and an enhanced customer experience across the retail business.” 

IBS Intelligence reported that Worldline and Casio Computer announced they had agreed a strategic business alliance to facilitate card payments and cashless shopping in Japan. The strategic business alliance between Worldline and Casio, which went live recently in Japan, aims at revolutionising the currently rather cumbersome payment acceptance ecosystem.

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