Arsenal demo

Invisible payments come to Highbury


While sitting out a game due to injury at Emirates Stadium, an Arsenal player, noticed food and drink being delivered to the VIP box next to his. His curiosity led to the discovery that his neighbours were taking part in a test of an order and pay service, powered by WoraPay. Even though he was nursing an inflamed back, he was eager not to be left out and made a request.

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Beat the queue

Acquiring banks look to Beat the Queue


Mobile order and pay just got easier with WoraPay and Lloyds Bank Cardnet Not so long ago, merchants in the UK had to process a range of payments options, from...

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Ahead of the queue

Getting ahead of the queue…


B&I Catering published an article (written by Jane Renton) on getting ahead of the queue, a great share of experience by Barry Moore, Gather & Gather's performance director (original text...

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12 takeaways

The 12 takeaways of Order and Pay!


Office workers and coffee lovers took to their smartphones in 2017 in order to beat the queue with Order and Pay via the WoraPay as well as other service providers....

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Remote payments

Start your workday with a strong brew — not with a queue


Every so often Mike Jennings catches the 5:00 am train from Manchester to London as part of his job as product manager at Lloyds Bank Cardnet. While the appeal of...

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