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Sparkasse launches digital receipt pilot project

Monday 24 May 2021 13:51 CET | News

The Germany-based Sparkasse bank has announced launching a pilot project for digital receipt ‘bill.place’, which will replace the need for printing physical receipts.

Companies can already register for the pilot project, which will start in July 2021. However, before the project starts, the companies must align their POS software with the digital receipt. The billplace app can also be used with all NFC-enabled Android and iOS smartphones. The companies that support this payment method are shown via the store finder of the bill.place app.

When paying with a Sparkasse card, the receipt will automatically be stored in customer’s app. If users pay with a credit card or in cash, the Sparkasse solution allows them to receive the receipt via a QR code in the app, which is also usable for returns, exchanges, or warranty claims. The Android version of the app can already be downloaded, however, the iOS app is not yet available.


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Keywords: banks, contactless payments, NFC, QR code
Categories: Payments & Commerce | Mobile Payments
Countries: Germany
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Payments & Commerce