Ingenico expands Five Guys burger chain's mobile ordering
After launching a mobile pre-order and pre-pay app at Five Guys burger locations in Paris and Madrid, Ingenico ePayments is preparing to make the system available at the chain's restaurants throughout Europe in the coming months.
Ingenico ePayments, the online and mobile commerce unit of Paris-based terminal manufacturer Ingenico Group, says Five Guys customers can order and pay for their food from mobile phones, tablets or laptops before going to designated pick-up points at the stores.
The system accepts multiple currencies and payment types, as well as language options. In addition, Five Guys has been able to use the ePayments gateway with its chosen local acquirers.
“Integrating Ingenico ePayments into our payment setup was simple and flexible enough to allow us to adapt to local preferences,” William Day, IT director at Five Guys, stated in an April 4 press release. “This service and flexibility in offering local acquiring partners will help us continue our expansion into mainland Europe."
Ingenico ePayments has spent much of the past year building up its merchant acquirer network to help expand its omnichannel vision for merchants.