CloudWaitress is a custom-branded online ordering platform explicitly designed for the hospitality industry. With our seamless integration with Bancontact (https://www.bancontact.com/), restaurant and cafe owners based in Belgium can now accept mobile and desktop payments effortlessly within their online ordering flow. This article explains the integration process and the benefits of using Bancontact for your business.
Benefits of Bancontact Integration
By integrating Bancontact with CloudWaitress, you can offer your customers the convenience of paying using one of Belgium’s most popular payment methods. This integration enables you to:
Setting Up the Integration
To integrate Bancontact with your CloudWaitress platform, follow these simple steps:
No Additional Charges and Full Support
There are no extra charges from CloudWaitress for integrating Bancontact into your online ordering platform. Additionally, we offer complete assistance throughout the integration process via our chat support.
By integrating Bancontact into your CloudWaitress platform, you can offer your customers in Belgium a seamless and convenient payment experience. Take advantage of the opportunity to grow your business and better serve your customers with this powerful integration.
|Visit CloudWaitress platform
|Add items to cart
|Proceed to checkout
|Enter personal details
|Select Bancontact as payment method
|Receive order confirmation
|Prepare and deliver order
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