Both the QSRs run a combined 200+ outlets across India. With this association, MobiKwik now has enabled cashless payments across 8,000 restaurants in India.
Announcing these associations, Co-Founder MobiKwik, Upasana Taku, said: “At MobiKwik, we are driven with the vision of a cashless India and our association with food-retail giants like Domino’s is a strong step towards realising that idea. We aim for 100 per cent growth every month through offline food and retail tie ups.”
Domino’s Pizza India is the market leader in the pizza QSR segment.
Commenting on the association, Senior VP Marketing, Domino’s Pizza India, S Murugan Narayanaswamy was quoted by news agency ANI as saying: “Technology today plays a vital role in delivering great customer service, and we invest heavily in technology to enhance our guest experience. Our association with MobiKwik is another step in that direction. Through this strategic initiative, we want to ensure that our guests across our 1000+ restaurants have added choice, and experience the highest level of convenience.”
Burger King, a US-based QSR currently operates 48 outlets in India, and is likely to open another 35-40 in 2016.
MobiKwik is one of the largest independent mobile payments network, connecting 30 million users with 75,000+ retailers.
Founded in 2009 by Bipin Preet Singh and Upasana Taku, the company has raised three rounds of funding from Sequoia Capital, American Express,Tree Line Asia, MediaTek, Global Payment Fund and Cisco Investments.