Grocery Chain Adds Paydiant Mobile Wallet
Aug. 26, 2013
Paydiant has been chosen by a grocery chain in the Mid-Atlantic region to provide a white-label mobile wallet solution that will be integrated into the store’s online shopping service. Harris Teeter, a supermarket chain with 200 stores in eight Eastern U.S. states and the District of Columbia, will test Paydiant’s mobile payment solution in its Matthews, N.C. store. Customers who order groceries online using Harris Teeter’s Express Lane service can pay using the HT Express Pay app when they pick their order up at the curbside pickup. Customers use their phones to scan a QR code that an employee shows on a handheld device at the vehicle window.
“Harris Teeter is an innovative, service-oriented retailer that clearly strives to build and maintain loyalty among its customers in everything it does,” said Chris Gardner, co-founder of Paydiant. “Paydiant’s white-label mobile wallet platform is as much about enhancing loyalty as it is about enabling mobile payments. That is where much of the value lies and Harris Teeter is taking full advantage of those capabilities.”