NZ tech projects Sylo and Centrapay have partnered to provide an ‘Uber-style’ pay experience that will become a reality at restaurants, public transport, events, parking meters, retail stores, and more across Australasia.
Walking away from almost three-decades in banking at the height of a pandemic to take the top spot of a start-up business would be seen as a leap of faith by some.
But Greg Beehre saw it as the perfect time to join Centrapay…
Invenco®, a global provider of revolutionary self-service payment technology and secure customer engagement solutions, has partnered with Centrapay® to enable their pay-at-pump terminals to accept next-generation payments. Centrapay and Invenco are both New Zealand-based companies with a shared commitment to open platform systems which generate increased consumer and retailer opportunities.
The integration between Centrapay’s Merchant Payments system and Invenco’s iNFX Retail Microservices enables retail fuel locations to transact using digital currencies including digital wallets, POS/merchant services, rewards programs and more. The payment network runs on Invenco G6 and G7 pay-at-pump terminals with transactions processing through the Invenco Electronic Payment Server (EPS) retail microservice offering. With demand for use of non-tradition payment methods rising steadily, the integration improves customer experience at the pump while keeping payment systems secure.
Centrapay is proud to partner with Hospitality New Zealand to help stimulate and support the Hospitality sector through the launch of the digital KOHA gift card. This is the first digital gift card powered by Centrapay, in what is the start of a wide range of digital assets which Kiwis can easily transact via the growing Centrapay merchant acceptance network using a mobile phone.