Nayax, a leader in cashless, telemetry, and management solutions for the unattended, automated device industry, is pleased to announce the appointment of Dylan Winik as Operations Director for its new subsidiary, Nayax Australia. Nayax recently completed its acquisition of VendCheck, thereby strengthening its ties to Australian and New Zealand customers. As Nayax continues to expand operations in the Southern Hemisphere, the importance of customer satisfaction will be emphasized.
Mr. Winik brings nearly 20 years of experience to Nayax Australia, having previously founded, built and successfully sold two companies. He will be working closely with Bernard Carran, the owner of VendCheck, to ensure full and complete satisfaction of existing and new customers during the transition from distributorship to full subsidiary.
“I’m looking forward to joining Nayax, an exciting company that is bringing innovation and opportunity to a well-established industry,” says Dylan Winik, Operations Director, Nayax Australia. “I strongly believe that the foundation of a successful business is based on providing exceptional customer service, and this ties in with Nayax’s philosophy of customer care.”
“2017 will be a breakout year for Nayax and as we increase our presence in Australia and New Zealand, we wanted to ensure that our local management was ready for this mission. Dylan Winik brings with him a wide range of skills and expertise that will allow us to take Nayax Australia to the next level,” says Yair Nechmad, CEO and co-founder, Nayax Ltd. “Dylan’s experience in marketing, sales and support will help propel Nayax to the forefront of the vending industry in this region.”
Nayax, a global IoT platform for unattended payments, telemetry and management tools, uniquely developed for the retail market was established in 2005. Over 200,000 devices are using Nayax solutions worldwide, in more than 55 countries. Nayax’s line of innovative products allows unprecedented marketing opportunities and capabilities for unattended machine operators to engage with their consumers. Point of sale options are flexible in order to enable future-proof cashless payment options from around the globe, including mobile payments, credit cards, QR codes, Nayax’s proprietary Monyx Wallet app and other social wallets. Nayax’s solutions are compliant with all automated machine protocols and are plug-and-play with all machines. In addition, Nayax is able to communicate with 3rd party VMS systems via VDI. Nayax’s goal is to bridge the gap of the unattended market and to transform point-of-sales into a 24/7 neighbourhood store. For more information, visit www.nayax.com or contact email@example.com.