With our cashless technology, the risk of transmitting infection is vastly reduced. Tappit eliminates the need for cash or cards and minimises human contact. Tappit’s contactless payments mean less time waiting in line and fewer belongings for staff and fans to handle.
With Tappit’s cashless system, there are no tickets or credit cards to exchange, no PIN terminals or communal pens. Using QR codes for transactions means that customers can purchase at a longer distance than any other payment method; reducing the risk of Coronavirus for staff and fans.
Going cashless reduces queues and minimises a buildup of people in small spaces. That’s less time for your fans to be waiting in close proximity, while making buying safer and easier.
Viruses can last on bank notes for up to 17 days. Minimising contact with terminals, key pads and communal pens will keep your event as safe and risk-free as possible. Your fans and staff will thank you for it.
Coronavirus has put incredible pressure on the events industry. Budgets are tight and revenues are key to survival. Going cashless with Tappit increases takings by 22% on average and the system can help you make significant operational savings.
Good news — fans want to return. But they want to be reassured and hygiene is now one of their biggest concerns. Going cashless can help you set a new standard for fan experience in the 'new normal'.
Rethinking the way we pay
COVID-19 is forcing everyone to take stock of how events are run. Safe distances, readily available sanitisers and ways to minimise contact are now prime considerations. Across retail and transport systems, we are seeing a major shift in payments; businesses are going cashless at a rapid rate. Not just because cash is a potential source of contamination, but there are risks associated with PIN terminals, queuing to pay and using bank cards.
Manager, WET Deck / W Dubai - The Palm
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