Prepare for the payments revolution

14 Oct 2020

This article is provided by Westpac, Strategic Partner of Hospitality New Zealand.


How can you get your business ready for the digital future?


New payment technology can sometimes seem gimmicky. But as a business owner, you can’t afford to ignore it. Every industry will end up going through the payment evolution, so you need to be thinking about how your customers are interacting with your business and their expectations.


Get a glimpse into what payments could look like for us in New Zealand.


Read more about what’s happening globally – from the mass adoption of mobile payment apps to facial recognition technology – and what we’re doing in New Zealand to enable frictionless payments. How will this change the customer experience in the future and what can you do to prepare your business for these new ways to pay?


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You can also take advantage of great rates as part of the Hospitality NZ Westpac banking package. To find out more visit their website, email Westpac New Zealand at member.info@westpac.co.nz or phone them on 0800 177 677.


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