The RFU selects ZNAP for Twickenham m-commerce service

Wednesday 12 February 2014 00:26 CET | News

The Rugby Football Union (RFU) has selected ZNAP, a mobile payment and business automation platform provider, as the preferred provider of mobile commerce solutions at Twickenham.

ZNAP is a mobile app that enables users to place orders, make payments, collect loyalty benefits and other on everything from drinks to ticketing. Fans can use ZNAP to pre-pay for food and drinks at six bars around the stadium. The service is set to be available at the upcoming RBS 6 Nations games at Twickenham Stadium.

ZNAP is a mobile business platform that combines multi-channel mobile payments with value-added services such as loyalty integration, business intelligence, in-app consumer communication and offer marketing.

ZNAP allows consumers to pay at the point-of-sale via smartphone by downloading an app that links to their pre-stored credit or debit card and scans merchant QR codes. Transactions are authenticated by entering a PIN, and consumers can redeem coupons and loyalty points stored in their ZNAP wallet.

In recent news, MPayMe, a Hong Kong-based mobile solutions provider, has launched its ZNAP mobile payments platform in Italy with the appointment as CEO of Elisabetta De Bernardi, formerly an executive director with Morgan Stanley Italy.

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Keywords: RFU, ZNAP, m-commerce, mobile, commerce, mobile payment
Categories: Payments & Commerce
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