VenueNext Partners with FreedomPay to Transform its Payment Experience
Companies launch new partnership for payment processing technology for the newly installed kiosks at The University of Alabama
SANTA CLARA, California – March 11, 2020 – VenueNext, a leader in mobile commerce technology for venues around the world, announced today that it has partnered with FreedomPay, an innovative leader in commerce technologies. The partnership entails integration of FreedomPay’s TETRA line smart terminals solutions with VenueNext technology and products for the newly installed kiosks at The University of Alabama.
This partnership gives VenueNext customers access to fast and reliable payment processing that can be used seamlessly with its products. With FreedomPay’s TETRA platform, customers will also have the ability to pay with QuickChip and contactless EMV for faster transactions.
The University of Alabama launch follows the recent success of VenueNext and FreedomPay’s partnership at implementing Point of Sale infrastructure and kiosks at The University of Florida Gators, six months ago. The collaboration saw Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, home of the Florida Gators, having their highest grossing concessions sales after implementing VenueNext POS with FreedomPay payment processing technology.
“We are excited to offer our customers a new seamless option for fast and reliable payment processing,” said Anthony Perez, VenueNext CEO. “FreedomPay’s integration with our self-service kiosks and point of sale terminals allow transactions to process faster and provide customers with a more enjoyable experience.”
“The venue industry is extremely competitive when it comes to the customer experience, particularly around payments and check-out,” said Tom Durovsik, Founder & CEO of FreedomPay. “Selecting FreedomPay’s Commerce Platform is a step change for the team at VenueNext, allowing us to simplify payments and enhance the customer’s payment experience. We’re excited to continue working with VenueNext to create an industry-leading experience.”