- Debit Card solution that works at selected Mastercard and Maestro merchants worldwide, adding hundreds of thousands of Food & Beverage outlets to the Takeaway Pay employee benefit programme
- Builds upon the innovative Takeaway Pay programme that helps companies care for, empower and connect with their employees, no matter where they work
Just Eat Takeaway.com, a leading global online food delivery marketplace, launches an addition to its Takeaway Pay employee benefit service: Takeaway Pay Card. Powered by Adyen, the global payments platform, Takeaway Pay allows businesses to provide its employees with meal benefit plans, enabling them to order from a wide range of Just Eat Takeaway.com restaurant partners. The new debit card will also allow Takeaway Pay corporate clients to use their meal allowance at hundreds of thousands of selected food and beverage merchants that accept Mastercard and Maestro worldwide.
The new debit card product builds upon the innovative Takeaway Pay employee benefit programme that helps companies care for, empower, and connect with their employees, no matter where they work. This extension of the existing digital food benefit allowance opens new horizons to tackle postpandemic employees' expectations for more flexibility.
"With a shift to hybrid workplaces and return to offices, Takeaway Pay accelerates its trajectory to empower employees' every food moment. No matter if employees are at home, on-the-go for commutes, on a business trip or for regular outdoor team lunches, Takeaway Pay is the benefit that serves corporations’ employees with the most holistic food benefits." says Imad Qutob, Director Corporate Solutions at Just Eat Takeaway.com.
“We’re thrilled to see more use cases of our issuing solution being implemented." says Kamran Zaki, COO of Adyen. "As easy as our cards make it for Just Eat Takeaway.com’s corporate clients and employees to shop and dine, we look forward to seeing their HR teams benefit from the instant and transparent overview of employee spending."
"As the post-lockdown hospitality sector is recovering from the pandemic, company travel and expenses are also on the rise." says Jan-Willem van der Schoot, Mastercard Country Manager the Netherlands. "Together with our partners, we enable a fast, easy and safe payment experience for travel and expenses, whether it’s from the comfort of your home or around the world."
The product will be available for new and existing corporate clients in the Netherlands, Germany and Poland in the third quarter of this year, with more countries to follow soon.