Tyme, a self-ordering platform for restaurants, will offer PopPay face verification from PopID at Tyme self-checkout kiosks, according to a press release.
“With the partnership and our tech integration, our kiosk now accepts payment either with a traditional card swipe using a card reader or simply by opting to pay with PopPay via a simple face scan,” Tyme co-founder and COO Omar Boukottaya said in the press release.
A customer that enrolls in the service can choose to “check in” with a face scan, and the customer sees his or her favorite orders from that particular location, including their favorite modifications and order add-ons.
“Check in and biometric checkout features can increase ticket size, speed and loyalty engagement of restaurant operators,” Boukottaya said.
A customer submits a selfie when enrolling with PopPay and links a credit or debit card or bank account to their account.
When the customer checks in with PopPay on a Tyme kiosk, the machine scans their face and shows their favorite orders.
When the customer goes to check out on a Tyme kiosk, the machine scans their face again and recognizes the payment information linked to their account.