Copenhagen Business School

Now you can pay for self-service food and drink with just a touch of your finger. Thousands of students at Copenhagen Business School can use Fingopay in their canteen.

We worked closely with Nordic payments giant, Nets, to deliver a secure, super-convenient way to pay. We’re making fast food even faster!

Nets boss, Jeppe Juul-Andersen, says: “We’ve talked about mobile payments as the newest of the new. Now the mobile itself becomes redundant.”

Brunel University

Locked out of your flat, with no wallet? No problem. This Brunel University student loved the fact he could use Fingopay at his local supermarket.

We worked with Costcutter to install our readers at their points of sale and help Brunel move towards the goal of a cashless campus.

Transactions are verified by Worldpay, so customers can arrive in store without wallet or phone, and pay securely using only their finger.

Proud, Camden

Legendary London bar and music venue Proud Camden launched the careers of stars like Adam Ant and Ed Sheeran. It was also scene of a world first for Fingopay.

We introduced fast lanes for Fingopay users, instant e-receipts and an in-built loyalty scheme to reward repeat customers. Less queueing and cheaper drinks. What’s not to love?

The BBC praised Fingopay at Proud Camden for “leading the way when it comes to new biometric technology.”

Festival Number 6

Have you ever been to a festival and lost your wallet? Or had your mobile phone run out of charge at a crucial moment? We have.

Fingopay was created to solve the problem of making payments at music events. No plastic. No phone. No more need to store cash in a sock at the bottom of your sleeping bag.

In 2012 we introduced cashless payments at Festival Number 6, Portmeirion, Wales. It was a safer experience for festival-goers and a new revenue stream for the event owners.