Ingenico Group, the global leader in seamless payment, unveils today Australia’s first multi-payment Connected Screens, in partnership with ANZ.
We are delighted to bring the Connected Screens to Australia. In partnership with ANZ, we have transformed digital screens into a payment and customer engagement solution. At the Inside Retail Live exhibit, this innovation will allow our visitors to donate $5 to $30 to The Smith Family children’s education charity using their contactless cards, therefore becoming the first to experience a real payment on a Connected Screen in Australia” said John Tait, Asia Pacific SVP, Ingenico Group.
The Connected Screens enable retailers and businesses to engage with customers, allowing them to experience screen commerce, a unique payment and purchase method developed by Ingenico. The Connected Screens now integrate ANZ’s contactless card and NFC payment acceptance solution to address the expectations of the emerging Internet of Things. They are also an ideal payment and media platform for drive to store applications and pop-up stores, especially in high traffic areas such as shopping malls, airports and train stations.
With the integration of Shout, the digital giving platform acquired by ANZ, the Connected Screens will make cashless donations easier and engage cardholders to contribute to the community in more social ways.
We find that donors are increasingly willing to give in ways other than cash, and easy to use digital platforms are essential for us to grow giving digitally,” said Rosie Simpson, Head of Fundraising at The Smith Family.
Connected Screens is a wonderful example of this, and thanks to Ingenico and ANZ, cardholder donations will help disadvantaged children across Australia get the support they need to succeed in their education.”
The Connected Screen Donation to The Smiths Family will be operational at Stand 94 at the Inside Retail Live ICC Sydney from March 29th to 31st.