Pepsi Bottling Ventures has chosen Malvern-based USA Technologies for its cashless payment service and signed a multi-year agreement with the company for the use of its ePort Connect service.
According to the agreement, USAT’s ePort cashless payment system will be used on 13,000 PBV machines.
The end-to-end enterprise solution will make it possible for PBV to accommodate cashless payments, improve customer service and route efficiency, and reduce its carbon footprint.
USAT’s ePort cashless payment system implements a cashless payment service on its customers’ machines.
“We have long recognized the value of adding cashless payments to our vending machines, but were also looking to drive operational efficiencies,” said Randy Quirk, PVB’s vice president of foodservice. “USA Technologies was able to offer a comprehensive solution from a single platform that allows us to achieve all our goals.”