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Nayax’s Monyx Wallet app includes Visa’s new suite of sensory branding cues

Nayax, the award-winning provider of cashless payments and telemetry solutions, is the first partner to integrate Visa’s suite of sensory branding cues globally in its latest version of its mobile payment application. Monyx Wallet was created by Nayax to enable digital payments at unattended automated machines and facilitate consumer engagement. Monyx Wallet users in 21 countries will be among the first to experience Visa’s sensory branding suite when they buy a product or reload credit on the app using their Visa card. Nayax leveraged Visa’s Sensory Branding software development kit (SDK) found on the Visa Developer Platform for simple integration into the Monyx Wallet app. With the trend of seamless mobile payments, Visa developed a branded suite of sound,

animation and haptic cues that support the trust, security and convenience of the Visa brand. The combination of a sound, vibration and animated Visa logo immediately communicates to consumers that their payment, sometimes done in the absence of a traditional payment card, has been successfully authorised and that the transaction is complete. “Nayax already enjoys a long-time working

relationship with Visa, a world leader in digital payments, and is excited that Monyx Wallet is the first application to incorporate Visa’s suite of sensory branding globally,” says Carly Furman, CEO, Nayax LCC. “Introducing these new digital representations

of the Visa brand into our solutions will give Nayax consumers and operators the assurance they have come to expect when they use Visa.”

Melitta welcomes industry heavyweight

Melitta Professional Coffee Solutions has announced the appointment of Brad Journet-Robins to the role of head of business development, recruited to advance market share for sales of the company’s machines throughout 2019 and beyond. Brad joins Melitta following a 30-year career with some

of the industry’s most respected suppliers including UCC Coffee and Selecta UK & Ireland. His appointment comes as Melitta’s machine division prepares itself for an important year. Celebrating 111 years in business, it showcases a competitive equipment range and dedicated aftersales service to potential new business. Melitta Professional Coffee Solutions managing director,

UK and Ireland, Jo Clarke, said: “The wealth of experience that Brad brings to the role made his appointment a real no-brainer for us. His passion for this industry really shines through and he has already begun to use his extensive contacts book to accelerate our sales plan. We’re absolutely delighted to welcome him to the team.” Brad added: “Melitta is a company that I have always had the highest respect for, so it’s fantastic

that I am able to finally work with them in this celebratory year. Their unswerving dedication to service and aftersales support, allied to a range of highly robust, premium machines, really chimed with my own ethos – that great coffee served from machines built to last should be a simple process.”

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