The mobile commerce platform Snapfinger announced the launch of its on-premise, self-checkout and mobile payment application that the company said enables restaurants to improve the customer experience while collecting consumer data.
The Snapfinger Mobile Payment application integrates into most leading point-of-sale systems, allowing users to check-in through a mobile application and open a ticket in the restaurant's system. The ticket is then updated by a server or directly by the consumer. When done, diners securely pay their ticket with a mobile device using saved branded store cards, linked debit, credit or prepaid cards, PayPal, or Google Wallet, according to the news release.
Jim Garrett, Snapfinger's CEO, said the application creates a more personalized and rich experience for the customer by focusing on their ordering preferences.
"With Snapfinger Mobile Payment, restaurants can provide a check-in and checkout application to diners that links to their loyalty programs and creates a total consumer picture based on both on-site and remote ordering histories."
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