Adyen, the global payments platform of choice for many of the world’s leading companies, announced the addition of Interac Debit on Mobile for In-app and In-browser as a payment method for Canadian merchants. In addition, Adyen will be expanding its partnership with foodora Canada, an on-demand food-delivery service. This allows the company to accept Interac Debit payments through digital wallets, including Apple Pay and Google Pay. The news comes on the heels of Adyen’s launch in Canada in 2018, showcasing continued growth in the market.
As one of the first to market with Interac Debit on Mobile via Apple Pay and Google Pay, Adyen now provides Canadian merchants the ability to transact using Interac Debit through digital wallet payments both in-app and through the mobile web. With news, merchants can now offer Canadian shoppers the flexibility of paying with the payment method of their choice across all channels from point of sale to mobile and everything in between.
“Our priority is to continually enhance the foodora user experience by offering greater convenience and increased accessibility,” said David Albert, managing director, foodora Canada. “Expanding our partnership with Adyen and enabling Interac Debit transactions to grow our payment method options for our customers is a natural fit.”
“Part of our core value lies in our speed to market and the ability to provide local payment offerings on a global scale,” said Adyen President of North America, Kamran Zaki. “We are excited to continue to work with foodora as they introduce new payment offerings, which will ultimately enhance their customers’ buying experience.”
“We’re excited to collaborate with Adyen, a nimble payment service provider that has a strong track record of bringing brands to market quickly,” said Nader Henin, AVP Retail Payments, Interac Corp. “Already recognized as a global payments leader, we are pleased to support Adyen’s expansion into the Canadian market with foodora, allowing Canadians to pay when they want, how they want and stay in control of their money, using Interac Debit as their payment of choice.”