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TJ Morris extends payments agreement

By Retail Technology | Friday March 5 2021 | UPDATED 04.03.21

TJ Morris, the multi-business company trading as Home Bargains, has extended its payments partner deal to speed up transaction times

Worldline’s payment solution is specifically addressing TJ Morris’ payment needs, and they are set to become one of the first Lane/3000 customers in the UK.

The Lane/3000 PIN pad will manage the thousands of daily transactions Home Bargains sees every day, enabling customers to pay quicker at the tills and reduce waiting times. Worldline provides TJ Morris with these services through Ingenico, which has been part of Worldline since October 2020.

With multilane functionality, TJ Morris will now have several payment options while boosting contactless payment through a dedicated card reader zone. Its intuitive interface makes it easier to set up transactions and the support of both standard and touch display offers more choice to the customer.

Fleet management

Lane/3000 works in unison with Worldline’s supporting service platforms, covering fleet management to payment application updates and merchant business services such as reporting and e-receipt management.

Frank Christiansen, IT director at TJ Morris, said: “This extended partnership will mark over 10 years working alongside Ingenico, now part of Worldline. They provide a unique offering for us, acting as a one-stop shop for terminal supply and repair which is important to us as well as giving us the choice to own or lease the hardware.”

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