Jollibee Launches Its Online Payment Service with AsiaPay

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Jollibee Launches Its Online Payment Service with AsiaPay


Manila, Philippines - Jollibee Foods Corporation, the country's largest fast-food chain, launches its 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 (www.jollibeedelivery.com) to accept and collect credit card payments online. "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 Corporation. 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. "Our mission to provide secured and advanced online payment technologies to the market has been achieved with the successful launching of Jollibee's online payment service for its online delivery website. Enabling Jollibee customers to make payments online, completes the whole electronic ordering cycle while adding value by providing security and ease of use. PesoPay is a powerful tool to all businesses regardless of nature and size, it is the only online payment service with fraud monitoring and other value-added features that are substantial to the security and productivity of online businesses," comments Mr. Joseph Chan, CEO of AsiaPay. The organic growth of AsiaPay is paving the way to more geographic and industry coverage as it starts to penetrate the Food and Beverage industry. AsiaPay currently has 11 offices in 9 countries servicing the Airlines, Hospitality, Bank / Financials, Retail, Non-profit Organizations, Telco, Insurance, Group Buying, and many other industries. About AsiaPay Founded in 2000, AsiaPay, a premier electronic payment solution and technology vendor and payment service provider, strives to bring advanced, secured, integrated, and cost-effective electronic payment processing solutions and services to banks and e-businesses in the worldwide market, covering international credit card, debit card and other prepaid card payments. …

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