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ANZ Helps Retailers Go Cashless

ANZ yesterday announced a campaign to reward commercial customers who promote use of cards over cash when their customers are doing their everyday shopping. “We are committed to supporting a
20 Jul 2017 09:17
ANZ Helps Retailers Go Cashless
Shop and Save staff member with ANZ Fiji Country Head, Saud Minam. Photo: ANZ

ANZ yesterday announced a campaign to reward commercial customers who promote use of cards over cash when their customers are doing their everyday shopping.

“We are committed to supporting a cashless and paperless society,” ANZ Fiji Country Head, Saud Minam said.

“We want to help businesses make the transition as customers are now demanding the use of digital banking, which is safer and more convenient,” Mr Minam said.

Cashiers, Mere Vusoniuwa Tikowale and Komal Swaranitika from Shop’n’Save in Nakasi, Prakashni Devi from Vinod Patel in Lautoka and Kirti Sanjana Prasad from Vinod Patel at Centrepoint in Suva were announced the winners of the competition, demonstrating significant increase in card use over cash.

“Less cash in your shop is simply good for business,” ANZ Head of Digital Channel Management Fiji, Apenisa Seniloli, explained.

“Having payments done electronically means there’s less risk of transaction errors on site, cashiers spend less time balancing their cash registers and staff spend less time spent at the bank depositing funds,” Mr Seniloli said. “This gives businesses more time to concentrate on their customers and business.”

Mr Seniloli added that benefits to the retail customers included added convenience and security in not having to carry cash.

“It’s a win-win for all,” Mr Seniloli said.

 



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