Posted April 04, 2019 09:06:46As more and more companies start accepting QR codes as payment, they are also looking for ways to automate the process.
That means they are using QR codes to buy items and deliver them to customers, but they’re also looking to automate their payment processing to make the process as painless as possible.
For Walmart, the answer is not to be too clever and be able to send your payment data to Amazon and pay with a single click.
Instead, the company has decided to make it easy to integrate QR codes into its payment processing.
According to Walmart, WalmartPay allows customers to pay using a QR Code as well as their payment card or other payment methods.
When a customer scans the QR code, it then asks for their card details, the card’s expiration date, and the amount they want to pay.
The customer can then complete the payment.
WalmartPay is currently in beta, so it is still a work in progress.
However, according to a Walmart spokesperson, the feature is in the process of being rolled out.
When asked about how it will integrate QR code payment into its shopping experience, Walmart spokesperson Amanda Stroud said the company is already working with a number of banks, merchants, and credit card companies to integrate the feature into their payment services.
For example, Walmart is using the SquarePay payment processor for payments, which also supports QR codes.
It will also be able integrate QR Codes with its WalmartPay checkout process, according, and it will be able accept payments via ApplePay and PayPal, as well.
The company is also looking into how it can integrate the functionality into other parts of its payment processes, including how it handles transactions for retailers like Target and Walmart.
For now, Walmart has not confirmed any pricing information for WalmartPay.
We’ll update if Walmart announces pricing for the feature.