Restaurant chain Hummus Bros has partnered with Judo Payments to offer its customers the opportunity to order and pay through their mobile phones, skipping the busy lunchtime rush.
Hummus Bros is the latest quick service restaurant to adopt Judo's technology to simplify payments within its mobile app, with other clients including fast food chain KFC and coffee shop Harris + Hoole.
Judo's solution is built specifically for mobile devices, and aims to provide faster transactions, higher completion rates and lower checkout abandonment from customers.
It also includes mobile-specific fraud prevention technology with real-time fraud scoring, enabling businesses to overcome two of the biggest barriers to mobile payment adoption – consumer concerns over security and privacy.
"Working with Judo was a no-brainer for Hummus Bros as their platform enables us to serve our delicious and healthy food to even more customers during the incredibly busy lunchtime rush," said Christian Mouysset, co-found of Hummus Bros. "The technology will improve the experience for our loyal customers who know their preferences ahead of walking in-store.
"It also frees up our staff to spend more time introducing new customers to our expanding menu. Judo's platform makes it quicker and easier for our custoemrs to get what they want, when they want it."
"New innovators like Hummus Bros are able to respond nimbly to changes in consumer behaviour," said Dennis Jones, CEO of Judo. "Making a payment via Hummus Bros' app is quick, seamless and easy for their customers. We're pleased to be working with Hummus Bros and helping them to capitalise on the oppotunities for growth that mobile commerce creates."