Slyp has announced a partnership with Brand Collective that will see stores such as Review, Shoes & Sox, Superdry, Hush Puppies, Clarks and Replay use its Smart Receipts across Australia. It comes in response to the decline of in-store cash payments plus the rise of tap-and-go credit card payments and digital wallets.
Slyp is the only Aussie fintech backed by the ‘Big Four’ banks. Under the partnership, Brand Collective retail chains will turn off paper receipts by default for in-store purchases across over 100 stores. Instead, customers can automatically receive itemised, interactive receipts, inside their banking app when they make a purchase using their credit card. Brand Collective joins other major Australian retailers like Chemist Warehouse, JD Sports, Converse plus 100 more retailers in switching to Slyp, which has issued over 2.8 million Smart Receipts.
The partnership sees Brand Collective offer Slyp Smart Receipts for in-store purchases across a combined 103 stores. Slyp Smart Receipts will initially be available to NAB customers via its banking app, with further payment partners including major banks due to roll out the feature in the coming months.
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The partnership sees Brand Collective locations offer Slyp Smart Receipts for in-store purchases across a combined 103 stores. Slyp Smart Receipts will initially be available to NAB customers automatically in their banking app, with further payment partners including major banks due to roll out the feature in the coming months.
The move comes six months after Brand Collective announced its merger with PAS Group, making it the third largest fashion group in Australia trading under the Brand Collective banner.
Brand Collective is part of a growing number of household names including Veronika Maine, JD Sports, Converse, Chemist Warehouse, and over 100 more retailers offering Slyp’s fully itemised Smart Receipts as an intuitive and sustainable proof of purchase delivered automatically to the customer’s bank app.
Paul Weingarth, Co-founder and CEO of Slyp, said, “As one of the most frequented brick-and-mortar brands on the Australian high street, Brand Collective’s move to embrace Slyp Smart Receipts will have a considerable impact on how customers pay and shop. Having issued over 2.8 million Smart Receipts to date, we’re confident the partnership with Brand Collective will see this number increase exponentially by the end of this year.
“In the digital world we live in, paper receipts are no longer serving the purpose they once did. Customers require quick and seamless access to itemised records of their product purchases and Slyp Smart Receipts do just that.”
Group General Manager Digital & Marketing at Brand Collective, Anna Samkova, said, “At Brand Collective, we’re committed to ensuring a sustainable environment through active management of the inputs and outputs of our processes. Slyp will play a major part in making good on that commitment as we switch on Slyp Smart Receipts across our brand portfolio.
“Following our recent merger with PAS Group, we’re focused on having the technology in place to scale at pace while simultaneously innovating on the service we provide to our customers. We’ve seen values shift in recent months, so partnering with Slyp to offer the elements of sustainability and convenience shoppers are craving was a simple decision.”