Morrisons extends Worldline partnership for in-store payments

Morrisons has extended its strategic payments partnership with Worldline.

The supermarket chain has renewed its agreement with the payments services provider and is extending it with a new PIN Pad offering called Lane/3000.

Worldline said the in-store payment system will help Morrisons manage the millions of multi-lane, self-check and restaurant transactions that are processed each day, enabling consumers to pay faster at the tills and reduce overall waiting times.

The new offering is an update on the PIN verification service that Worldline has been providing since the beginning of their partnership in 2010.

Ensuring reliability and a great customer experience, the L/3000 PIN Pads are fully compliant with the latest PCI regulations, guaranteeing maximum security to all encrypted debit/credit card transactions.

The deployment of Worldline Lane/3000 PIN Paid across Morrison’s store network began in September 2021, the company said.

The partners said that the new technology will help to make millions of daily transactions at Morrisons faster and more secure for customers.

Kate Lavery, technology director - customer & colleague at Morrisons, said: “We are delighted to be extending our longstanding and valued partnership with Worldline. The Lane/3000 peds provide a secure offering for us and an enhanced customer experience across the retail business.”

Lee Jones, managing director northern Europe, Merchant Services at Worldline, said: “Morrisons is a much-loved household name across the UK, and we are delighted to announce the extension of our partnership which will ensure speedy and reliable payments for all Morrisons customers.

“We are very excited to see the new Lane/3000 being rolled-out across stores, enabling Morrisons and its customers to benefit from a fast, seamless and secure solution.”

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