Jollibee Foods, the Philippines’ largest fast-food chain, has launched an online payment service with AsiaPay, an electronic payment solution and technology provider in Asia and the company behind PesoPay, to allow Jollibee’s online delivery website to accept and collect credit card payments online.
The integration of AsiaPay’s payment platform for the Philippine market, PesoPay, allows Jollibee to offer its customers to pay online using their credit cards with confidence and ease, therefore complementing Jollibee’s three-step ordering process. Additionally, PesoPay’s anti-fraud management tools will enable Jollibee to facilitate online payments securely, thereby detecting and preventing fraud before it happens.
“AsiaPay’s industry experience combined with the robust PesoPay platform and ready-made shopping cart integration, made them our ideal partner for online payment processing,” said Sarwar Faruque, project manager – digital media group of Jollibee Foods.
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