PayMaya Powers Cashless Experience In Newly Launched Self-Order Kiosks At McDonald’s

Now, ordering and paying for your McDonald’s favorites is even more convenient, as PayMaya powers the cashless experience in the quick-service restaurant chain’s new Self-Ordering Kiosks, now available in select stores in Metro Manila.

The new Self-Ordering Kiosk allows for faster and smoother transactions at participating McDonald’s branches as customers will only have to tap their orders at the screen and pay for their purchases by tapping or inserting their VISA or Mastercard at the terminal on the machine.

After payment, they can proceed to the Claim Counter to pick-up the food they ordered.

POWERING NEXT-GENERATION PAYMENTS. PayMaya, the digital payments arm of Voyager Innovations, is enabling the cashless payments options at the newly-launched self-order kiosks now available at select stores of McDonald’s in Metro Manila. Through the One by PayMaya Business terminal mounted on the kiosks, customers can easily pay for their meals by swiping, dipping, or tapping their VISA or Mastercard credit, debit, or prepaid cards. In photo are (from right) McDonald’s Philippines Founder and Chairman George T. Yang, President and CEO Kenneth S. Yang, and Director and Head of PayMaya Business Mario Lazaro.

The cashless transactions at McDonald’s Self-Ordering Kiosks are powered by One by PayMaya Business, an all-in-one payments terminal that can accept various transaction modes, including cards- and mobile-based payments.

“We’d like to congratulate McDonald’s for bringing this remarkable innovation to their stores in the Philippines. Through our respective innovations we hope to transform the experience of McDonald’s customers whenever they order their favorite food, and push the adoption of the ‘cashless’ lifestyle by more Filipinos,” said Paolo Azzola, COO and Managing Director at PayMaya Philippines.

Quick, convenient payments at McDonald’s

Customers can try out the Self-Ordering kiosks powered by PayMaya at the McDonald’s McKinley West (Fort Bonifacio), Kapitolyo (Pasig), Robinson’s Galleria (Pasig), Madison (San Juan), and Pioneer (Mandaluyong) branches of McDonald’s in Metro Manila.

Aside from facilitating quick transactions, One by PayMaya Business terminals are designed to be user-friendly because they look very much like most smartphones today. Aside from this, connectivity options for the terminal include mobile data, Bluetooth, and WiFi, which gives merchants the liberty to place them anywhere around their stores–much like McDonald’s self-order kiosks.

McDonald’s is currently one of the early adopters of One by PayMaya Business, which will slowly be rolled out in other key PayMaya partners nationwide in the coming months.

Aside from select McDonald’s stores with Self-Ordering Kiosks, PayMaya is also powering cashless acceptance in at least 42 McDonald’s stores nationwide through One by PayMaya Business, and in participating McCafe stores through PayMaya QR, where customers can get P100 cashback for a minimum purchase of P150 via PayMaya QR until October 23.
PayMaya is the digital payments arm of Voyager Innovations, the leading technology company in the Philippines focused on developing customer-centric emerging market platforms in the areas of digital payments, digital finance, and marketing technologies. Voyager is backed by KRR, Tencent, as well as PLDT.

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