As its outlet restaurants receive a tremendous support from local population and international visitors, Almond Group on Saturday signed an MoU with Wing (Cambodia) Limited Specialised Bank in order to provide customers with a new cashless payment experience in the Kingdom. Held at one of Almond Group outlets, Yi Sang The Garden Toul Kork, the partnership will result in the introduction of Wing’s Online and QR payment service “WingPay” as well as the acceptance of payment via two major Chines mobile payment app “Ali Pay” and “WeChat Pay”, powered by Wing, at 17 of Almond Group restaurants and hospitality services. Almond Group CEO, Mr.
Luu Meng said the company’s working team has been approached many times by its customers asking to do the payment via QR code, Ali Pay and WeChat Pay. Such request has motivated Almond Group to choose Wing to be the partner considering the bank’s many-years-experience in cashless payment in Cambodia. “It is to the interest of Almond Group in continuously providing an innovative services ranging from up-to-standard dinning and hospitality services to a fast, convenience and secure payment experience,” said Mr. Luu, adding that he is looking forward to a positive feedback from the customers, especially thousands of Chinese tourists visiting the kingdom, after the launch of this service.
Giving speech at the signing ceremony, Wing Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Jojo Malolos said Wing clearly understands the needs of our merchant partners in providing its customers a cashless payment experience in Cambodia; therefore, the introduction of WingPay, and services such as Ali Pay and WeChat Pay will be another stepping stone in filling up this demand and show how to the world how close Cambodia is to an ecosystem of a cashless society.