Our new partnership with Barclaycard, one of Europe’s leading acquirers, is designed to expand our service offering to support merchants in multiple markets across the UK and Europe, with solutions in unattended, retail, ecommerce, app and QR code payments.
As merchants aim to adapt and improve their customer experiences to meet new demands, this partnership will provide them with access to new payment acceptance solutions, which is vital to their post-COVID-19 success. Rapid and widespread adoption of digital commerce over the past year has redefined shopping for many consumers, evolving the payment options they expect from merchants, including self-checkout, contactless, order at table and buy online pick up in store BOPIS. Through this partnership, businesses will benefit from NMI’s wealth of experience and knowledge in the unattended and ecommerce spaces as well as the breadth of services that NMI has to offer to merchants, allowing them to meet consumer expectations for new payment methods.
“Our partnership with Barclaycard paves the way for merchants across Europe to deliver the types of experiences their customers demand,” said Vijay Sondhi, CEO at NMI. “We are committed to innovating and providing merchants with the flexibility they need to stay relevant as the payments landscape continues to change.”
“Our customers, like most consumers, want flexible payment options that can adapt to where they are, what they have on hand and when they would like to pay,” said Nicole Olbe, Managing Director of Partnerships at Barclaycard. “With NMI, we can equip merchants with a wide array of payment options so they can choose what works best for their business and their customers.”
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