Invenco and Centrapay Partner for Digital Pump Payments

Integration opens fuel dispensers to digital currencies and wallets
gas station fuel dispenser
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AUCKLAND, New Zealand — Invenco, a global provider of self-service payment technology and customer engagement products, has partnered with Centrapay to enable pay-at-pump terminals to accept digital payments. Centrapay and Invenco are both New Zealand-based companies offering payment products and services in the United States.

The integration between Centrapay’s Merchant Payments system and Invenco’s iNFX Retail Microservices enables retail fuel locations to transact using digital currencies including digital wallets, point-of-sale and merchant services, rewards programs and more. The payment network runs on Invenco G6 and G7 pay-at-pump terminals with transactions processing through the Invenco Electronic Payment Server (EPS) retail microservice offering.

“Centrapay is an impressive demonstration of what the future of payments looks like throughout the retail market. Their user experience offering is engaging, and their agile system is a valuable addition to Invenco’s c-store microservice offerings,” said Nathan Barnett, head of Asia-Pacific (APAC) business development for Invenco.

“This partnership enables the evolution from card-based payments to app based. Fuel companies, gift card providers and consumer payment apps can now easily transact on their own assets, currencies and products. With a few lines of code, Invenco and Centrapay are providing a personalized, digital and data-driven payment experience,” said Jerome Faury, founder of Centrapay.

Invenco is a provider of self-service payment technology and customer engagement tools. Invenco’s international headquarters is located in Auckland, New Zealand.

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