Global fast food and restaurant chain Nando’s has selected payment platform provider Adyen’s unified commerce offering for deployment across its Australia and New Zealand market network.
Australian businesses that were selling across multiple channels prior to the pandemic offset whatever sales they would have lost due to closure of bricks-and-mortar stores during the coronavirus outbreak, with those that were unprepared during a period when the economy as a whole lost about $7.3 billion, a study claims.
Global revenue from payment platforms that enables merchants to process payments will grow from US$106 billion in 2019 to US$158 billion by 2024, according to Juniper Research.
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