Fast-growing Welsh fintech Yoello
has successfully landed in Ireland after a strong start to the company’s international expansion plans in 2021.
With hospitality merchants now trading through Yoello’s award-winning platform across the UK, Australia and USA, Ireland is the latest country to now have merchants supported by Yoello’s contact-less ordering technology.
Anton Manley, Chief Commercial Officer at Yoello, said: “We’ve had a growing demand from businesses outside of the UK who are contacting us with a need for our technology - as a result, we’ve worked tirelessly to put the capabilities in place for our platform to support these merchants.
"Less than two months into 2021, we are delighted to already be working with venues in the United States, Australia, across the UK and now in Ireland. Our ambition is to innovate and improve hospitality operations across the globe which given everything that the industry has endured during the pandemic, could be a life-line for many to flourish once again.”
Yoello is the only company in the order & pay space that has FCA approval for processing payments through open banking, the technology behind this is currently under development and due to be released in the near future and will save businesses thousands in transaction fees.
“We have some really exciting developments in the pipeline over the coming months, in particular with our open banking capabilities that will really propel our award-winning technology to the next level and save businesses significant amounts of money alongside offering customers a first-class ordering experience. Watch this space!”
Founded in 2017, Yoello is an FCA authorised mobile payment platform that uses open banking to cut out the middlemen and connect merchants and customers’ banks directly. Currently focused on the hospitality sector, Yoello offers a simple, affordable, and secure way to help any venue manage mobile orders and payments.
The Cardiff-based firm has been working closely with local authorities and Business Improvement Districts since the start of lockdown to help businesses re-open and save thousands of pounds in the process.
To find out more about Yoello and how it can help pubs and restaurants reopen safely, visit www.yoello.com