Nayax and Visa Webinar: ‘What Operators Need to Know About Cashless Payments’
Tuesday 13 October, 2020
Nayax and Visa will present a free webinar on Tuesday, 13 October at 2:00pm EST under the banner, ‘What Operators Need to Know About Cashless Payments’. The event will be of interest to unattended retail operators working in sectors such as vending, car wash; laundromats, arcade games and amusement rides; EV chargers, kiosks and the like.
The special guest for the Nayax and Visa event will be Jeff Beach, Vice President, Merchant Sales & Solutions, VISA. In concert with Nayax experts, Jeff will be covering all aspects of cashless payments and discussing how they relate to unattended industries.
The topics covered by ‘What Operators Need To Know About Cashless Payments’ will include identifying where the demand for contactless is coming from, how unattended verticals are contributing to this demand; why contactless payments are important to consumers and what operators should know about cashless transactions, including the changes they can expect.
‘During this unsettling time, unattended retail operators need to know the best processes for working with cashless devices, to answer their consumers’ demands’, Carly Furman, Nayax LLC, CEO said. ‘We’re excited to have Jeff Beach from Visa participating in this webinar to facilitate a far-reaching, comprehensive discussion as to what operators need to know about cashless transactions, the need for EMV, telecommunication providers and more.’
You can register for the Nayax and Visa webinar HERE
Nayax offers a complete cashless solution including telemetry, management suite and consumer engagement tools, to unattended retail and self-serve markets. Nayax’s features help operators improve their day-to-day operations and long-term planning, while their marketing tools assist operators in transforming unattended machines into 24/7 retail stores with consumer engagement and IoT activities. As a global company, Nayax’s goal is to provide all payment methods in each region, ensuring consumers can pay with their preferred payment method, wherever they are located.