Supply Chain Disruptions Open the Door for Supermarkets to Go B2B
FinTech Partnerships Allow Grocers to Meet the Needs of B2B Buyers
Disruptions in the supply chain have affected the ability of major food distributors to meet all the needs of the food service industry, forcing small restaurant owners and caterers to turn to supermarkets to source supplies in greater quantities. While the supply chain right sides, grocers should consider overhauling their B2B payments programs to capture market share and position themselves as a supplier of choice moving forward.
Digital Wallets for Contactless Checkout
B2B Credit in Your Store Using Your Branded App
Buy-Now-Pay-Later and Trade Financing Available in Your Store
No Credit Card Hassle or Security Issues
No POS Hardware Update Required
Digital Receipts and Purchase History Stored on the App
Recent research conducted with Forrester Consulting showed that more than sixty percent of payments decision-makers within merchant companies cited their most urgent customer concerns as increased scrutiny on security and fraud prevention, more digital payment options, and more flexible payment terms – all of which are offered through the new mobile application, including two-factor authentication (2FA).
You’ll Be In Good Company
Retail programs at TreviPay have seen 174% YoY growth with pre- and post-system integrations
Read how TreviPay helped a national electronic retailer double annual transaction volume.