Limepay signs up three new food services customers in Australia

Limepay signs up three new food services customers in Australia

Limepay, the innovative payments platform, has announced three new food services customers have signed up to modernise and simplify the payments experience for their customers. National wholesale suppliers Zupply, EWH and Moco Food Services have each started with Limepay in the past few months.

As a brand-first payments platform focused on driving opportunities for its customers and partners, Limepay specialises in helping businesses manage payments more smartly and more cost effectively. From instalments to fast financing payment options, Limepay believes digital payments aren’t just a business necessity but a need in providing great customer service.

“More than 40 per cent of payments still happen by cheque. Moving to a modern digital payment system with Limepay means that these wholesalers can still maintain their close customer payment relationships but benefit from much faster payments, increased flexibility and better visibility around their debtors,” said Willie Pang, CEO of Limepay.

As a national software solution for food suppliers and their customers, Zupply needed a payments provider that would suit their platform.

“Traditional payment gateways just didn’t meet our needs at Zupply, as they usually require us to be the owner of the goods. With Limepay, we’re able to offer our clients and sub merchants a much more seamless online payments facility. Limepay’s talented team really delivered us a compliant solution in a world class leading user experience,” said James Kelly, CEO and Co-founder of Zupply.

EWH has traditionally used highly manual and costly channels for payment processing, however has recently moved to a more automated and digitised solution with Limepay, alleviating the need for their drivers and staff to collect payments directly off their customers when on site.

With Limepay, EWH has fully utilised the no-integration product on the Merchant Dashboard called ‘Virtual Terminal’. Now, they can easily send the customer a link via email to pay which can be paid off in a single or multiple orders at once. This prompts a notification to be sent to EWH to fulfill the customer order.

“The utilisation of Limepay’s STACK and Virtual Terminal has seamlessly enabled our customers to pay online, however they want to pay. STACK’s Virtual Terminal feature has allowed Australia’s greatest chefs and food institutions to do what they do best: Deliver premium food experiences for their customers,” said Johnson Yee, Food Services General Manager, EWH.

Based out of Brisbane, Moco Food Services has adopted Limepay to offer their customers a range of modern ways to pay, without having to send them outside of their website environment. Moco Food Services recently switched their business model to predominantly online and have white-labelled Limepay payment options under their own brand as Chef Pay.

“We’re now able take on customers without having to send them away first for a credit assessment. With Limepay, we’ve been able to close the gap between payments for business customers and offer new options like instalments without having to introduce them to new brands or companies,” said Craig Purnell, COO of Moco Food Services.