QikServe, the digital self-service platform for hospitality, announced that has signed a reseller agreement with FreedomPay, an innovative leader in commerce technologies. Together, the companies offer a tightly integrated payment solution for hospitality operators, combining QikServe’s enterprise digital self-service platform with the FreedomPay Commerce Platform.
The reseller agreement supports market expansion for both companies across North America and Europe. Restaurants around the world use QikServe’s self-service platform to offer guests a range of digital ways to order and pay, while the FreedomPay Commerce Platform offers unparalleled payment flexibility and optionality for enterprises.
The two companies are broadening their relationship having already worked successfully together on several projects, including a kiosk ordering system at airport fast food outlets across the United States for airport dining leader HMSHost.
“We’re thrilled to expand our relationship with QikServe and look forward to jointly building our global presence,” says Tom Durovsik, Founder & CEO of FreedomPay. “By joining the FreedomPay Commerce Platform, QikServe will be able to offer their customers a personalized seamless, smart experience at checkout.”
QikServe’s Pay at Table solution allows guests to pay quickly and easily using their mobile device. Web-based and with no app to download, guests simply scan a QR code or tap an NFC tag on the table to link to the payment merchant safely and securely.
A key feature of the FreedomPay platform is its analytical tokenization technology, which enables data from an individual’s sales journey to be tracked invisibly, with no friction, and without compromising sensitive cardholder details. This means customer interactions can be seamlessly collected from instore and digital sales channels to build a detailed view of the customer, which is ideal for delivering effective loyalty programs and personalization initiatives.
“We’re excited to be working in partnership with FreedomPay, which gives us the ability to provide their excellent payment gateway service directly to our customers, aligning with our strategy to develop Payments as a Service (PaaS) specifically for hospitality,” adds Daniel Rodgers, founder of QikServe. “FreedomPay’s leadership in tokenization technology is very well-suited to restaurant brands that want to make the shift to truly seamless customer centric loyalty programs.”
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