Jimmy John's sandwich shop is letting customers tap their phones or use a mobile wallet to pay, streamlining transactions while also permitting better purchase tracking

When customers go to grab a quick takeout lunch or dinner, they want to be able to complete the transaction as quickly as possible. Illinois-based sandwich chain Jimmy John's has already dabbled in quick-purchase technology and is now expanding its payment options with tap-and-go technology.

The service is provided by Worldpay, a seamless payment experience partner, and allows customers to pay for their items either by tapping their phones or utilizing a mobile wallet. Many restaurants that use this sort of system choose to integrate loyalty and rewards programs into these payment platform as well, to further drive customer adoption.

This type of frictionless payment aims to provide a benefit both for the retailer and the customer: In addition to speeding up the transaction for shoppers, it also allows retailers better tracking of information on purchases. Jimmy John's will be testing the system as a pilot with plans to expand if it is successful.

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When customers go to grab a quick takeout lunch or dinner, they want to be able to complete the transaction as quickly as possible. Illinois-based sandwich chain Jimmy John's has already dabbled in quick-purchase technology and is now expanding its payment options with tap-and-go technology.

The service is provided by Worldpay, a seamless payment experience partner, and allows customers to pay for their items either by tapping their phones or utilizing a mobile wallet. Many restaurants that use this sort of system choose to integrate loyalty and rewards programs into these payment platform as well, to further drive customer adoption.