Worldline has been selected to provide its payment solutions to Subway restaurants across Europe.
It comes as the solutions seek to set the standards for easy interoperability with all NEXO-compliant cash registers.
Capitalising on Worldline’s solution acceptance of POS and E-Commerce as well as payment terminals operating with the new NEXO retailer protocol, the roll-out is planned across multiple markets starting in 2020.
Justin Goes, Regional Director Europe Subway International said: “The Subway brand highly relies on all our locations to deliver a smooth customer experience. In order to support our franchise owners to live up to this ambition, we strive for a maximum ease of operations, also and in particular when it comes to payments.
“Working with Worldline as our central payment technology provider ensures a right performance at check-out as well as maximum flexibility now and in the future.”
The solution places a deepened focus on efficient integration of payment devices into the sales process is part of a smooth and efficient customer journey in all businesses. This is crucial for Subway, as a large franchise organisation with a huge base of franchise owners.
Vincent Roland, Managing Director Merchant Services of Worldline, said: “Worldline has a proven track record with large Franchise organisations, and we are particularly proud to be able to support Subway with the latest payment technology, our pan-European reach and our comprehensive know-how in deploying our solutions in the complex, multiple-stakeholder environment.”
The collaboration offers Subway a fully future-proof payment infrastructure based on the YOMANI terminal. An entirely new level of flexibility is enabled by implementing the new NEXO retailer protocol that facilitates the connection between the card payment infrastructure and the retail POS system.