The CEO of McDonald’s Thailand Chu Hester (Hester Chew) reported on the positive results of the translation of the online payments network Omise.
According to Chu, integration with Omise led to an exponential growth of traffic to the website of the network of restaurants and in the corporate application. Sales analysis McThai revealed an increase of daily volume of cashless payments with 5000-7000 operations to 18,000 or more. In addition, significantly reduced the chain required to pay for the action, and with it the percentage of loss of customers at the payment step.
“Technology is gaining momentum, especially in the last couple of years, cashless and online payments is becoming increasingly important for business. […] Optimization of the flow of orders on the website and in the app McThai was one of our top priorities,” added Chu.
For the first time about the deal between McDonald’s and Thailand’s Omise became known in September 2017. For a startup it is also a landmark collaboration, as the members of the network OmiseGo will be able to pay OMG, can significantly increase the penetration of token on the market.
The statement of Hester Chu still does not affect OMG; moreover, they are approximately at the level of September 2017, when McThai and Omise has established a partnership. The last time significant growth in the value of the token was observed in April and, according to some traders, was associated with a listing on Bithumb.
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