- Harris Teeter is working with Paydiant to pilot a cloud-based mobile wallet in Matthews, N.C., as part of its Express Lane online shopping service.
- The single-store pilot allows customers using the "HT Express Pay" mobile wallet to pay for groceries ordered online while parked at Express Lane's curbside pick-up.
- The grocer plans to accept other Paydiant-powered mobile wallets from banks and card-issuers later this year, marking an industry first for a large retailer and furthering its white label strategy.
From the article:
... Once the Harris Teeter mobile wallet app is downloaded to the customer’s iPhone or Android smartphone and payment cards are linked to the wallet, the customer will simply scan a QR code presented to them on a Verifone handheld mobile point of sale device. From there, the customer uses the mobile wallet to choose which of their major credit cards to use to complete the transaction, taps the “pay” button, and then a digital receipt is automatically sent to the customer’s mobile device. ...