Tim Hortons has announced the launch of mobile barcode payments at restaurants across the US and Canada.
The mobile barcode technology provides a secure, quick and easy scan-to-pay option at Tim Hortons restaurants once a prepaid Tim Card is registered on the company’s popular TimmyMe App. Tim Hortons has also added industry-leading security features to this quick and easy payment alternative for consumers.
The new technology is designed to improve speed of service and enhance the guest experience as part of the company’s on-going commitment to operational excellence and customer satisfaction – via mobile, online and in-restaurant.
“We’re continuously working to implement best-in-class, customer-centric technology in our restaurants and the launch of mobile barcode payments enables us to offer the best overall guest experience,” said David Clanachan, Chief Operating Officer, Tim Hortons. “Enhancing our technology so that guests can store their digital Tim Card in their phone for quick and easy payments is an added convenience we know customers will enjoy.”
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