Tulip launches Tulip Pay powered by Stripe

Tuesday 16 January 2024 09:40 CET | News

Cloud-based retail solutions provider Tulip has announced the launch of Tulip Pay to support in-person retail transactions. 

Tulip Pay is a self-contained payment system powered by Stripe, a business financial infrastructure platform designed to be simple and quick to deploy, easy to maintain, and fully supported by Tulip. 

Tulip has announced the launch of Tulip Pay to support in-person retail transactions.


Tulip Pay capabilities

Customers want options for how, when, and where they buy, whether it’s a new product recommendation, an invoice or a quote.  Therefore, in releasing Tulip Pay, the company aims to make the checkout experience as easy for retailers as it is for their customers, providing more services without requiring retailers to manage more vendors. To accept in-person payments, businesses on Tulip can use Stripe Reader S700, a set of developer interfaces, pre-certified card readers, and logistics management tools. 

Moreover, using Tulip Pay, customers can close out in-store, curbside, BOPIS, ROPIS, and BORIS transactions on Tulip POS to address every transactional situation they face. In addition, Tulip Pay will help retailers accept more than 100 different payment methods, and provide easy integration with Tulip POS, running faster than with separate vendors. 

According to Tulip's official statement, as retail technology continues to evolve, the company intends to create a one-stop shop for its clients to deploy a complete transaction and payment system. As a result, Tulip Pay was developed to combine two logical components into one, with a single source of support.

More about Tulip

Tulip provides a suite of cloud-based solutions that seek to enable retailers to overcome industry challenges and set a new standard for omnichannel commerce. Partnered with Apple and Salesforce, Tulip helps retailers build connections with customers, fulfil orders, checkout purchases, and optimise operations to create the end-to-end experience expected by modern customers. Retailers of the likes of Mulberry, Saks Fifth Avenue, Kendra Scott, Kate Spade, COACH, and Michael Kors use Tulip to better the shopping experience, increase sales, and improve customer service across channels.

In July 2023, Tulip partnered with the financial infrastructure platform for businesses Stripe to provide an improved payment experience for retailers and their consumers alike. Through this collaboration, Tulip and its customers are enabled to access Stripe’s enterprise-grade payment infrastructure, alongside extensive support for diverse payment methods, including Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) and Payment links. Earlier the same year, in January, Tulip was integrated with Adyen for tap-to-pay on iPhones to allow merchants to accept all types of contactless payments in person, on an iPhone device, without the need for an additional terminal. 

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Keywords: product launch, payments , POS, retail, transactions
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Companies: Tulip
Countries: Canada
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