Restaurant chain Subway has selected Adyen to enable simpler payments for its customers in-restaurant, online and the Subway App in North America.
Adyen payments platform will also be available for Subway franchise owners.
The payments platform enables addition of new restaurants, markets or regions, as well as automatic franchisee on-boarding. It also comes with reconciliation of multiple payment methods, refunds and terminal fleet management.
Adyen offers support for a variety of payment approaches such as in-app, terminals, mobile wallets, gift cards and loyalty systems.
Subway will have single data view and insights on shoppers for all channels and franchisees, including revenue by franchisee, restaurant-level or channel.
Subway chief information officer Mike Macrie said: “As we continue our digital push to offer our guests greater convenience and more options, Adyen’s payment platform will further allow Subway to bring the latest digital payment technologies to market, while removing operational complexities for our franchise owners.”
Adyen chief operating officer Kamran Zaki said: “Together we are streamlining operations, increasing efficiencies and creating new pathways to building customer relationships in this digital age.
“We are excited to offer a solution that not only simplifies business for QSRs, but also makes the experience better for their franchise owners and consumers alike. Adyen’s platform provides the flexibility to meet shoppers needs today and tomorrow.”
Last month, McDonald’s selected Adyen for mobile payments in all its worldwide markets. The service is set to initially launch in the UK this year.