Interac Partners with Walmart to Expand Debit Payment Options for Digital Consumer Experience
Recently, Interac Corp. announced its partnership with Walmart Canada to grow its payment options for consumers through debit online and in-store payment methods.
By Spring 2021, Walmart customers will be able to checkout using the Interac® Debit for In-App and In-Browser Payments on proprietary wallets. Aside from this, Walmart has also started implementing the Interac Flash® at point-of-sale terminals in-store, giving customers the option to pay with the secure tap of a debit card or smartphone.
“Given Walmart’s size, scope, and scale in the domestic retail market, this working relationship signals increased momentum for the continued expansion of Interac Debit for In-App and In-Browser Payments in Canada,” said William Keliehor, Chief Commercial Officer at Interac.
Interac continues to actively grow its e-commerce business to provide Canadians a more efficient way to purchase – something people will definitely welcome given the continued uncertainty with the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We listen to our customers and want them to have even more choices for how they pay for their items. This is part of our ongoing effort to make shopping at Walmart easy, safe and seamless, especially during these challenging times,” said Nicolai Salcedo, Chief Information Officer, Walmart Canada.
At present, consumers are increasingly looking for online solutions to increase their options while at the same time having a unified experience across online and offline touchpoints. With the Interac Debit for In-App and In-Browser payments, Canadians can have a more seamless customer experience. For more information on the benefits of using Interac Debit for In-App and In-Browser Payments, click here.
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