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Mobil Oil New Zealand taps P97 Networks for mobile payments

Mobil Oil New Zealand taps P97 Networks for mobile payments
Photo courtesy of Mobil Oil New Zealand

P97 Networks, Inc., has been selected by Mobil Oil New Zealand Limited, an affiliate of ExxonMobil Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, to enable mobile payments across its Mobil-branded retail network in New Zealand.

ExxonMobil Asia Pacific is the downstream and chemical business hub for the region with more than USD15 billion of assets under affiliate management. Houston, Texas, U.S.A.-based P97 Networks is a leader in cloud-based mobile commerce, in-vehicle payments, and frictionless digital marketing solutions.

P97 Networks’ integrated mobile commerce solution has been enabled at more than 170 Mobil Service Stations in New Zealand, its first market for an ExxonMobil affiliate in Asia Pacific, with the platform encompassing secure cloud payments, the Mobil Smiles Driver Rewards program and digital marketing.

“Shoppers around the world have quickly shifted towards the ease, convenience and safety of contactless mobile payments for all of their daily spend categories,” says Paul Clausen, Card Loyalty Payments manager at Mobil Oil New Zealand. “As a global leader in energy, we looked for similar leadership in mobile commerce so that our customers realise the same benefits when purchasing fuel and in-store products. We chose P97 because they have proven their ability to deliver high levels of services at scale via their mobile commerce and digital marketing platform.”

P97 Networks provides a cloud-based mobile commerce and digital marketing platform that connects shoppers to retail fuel, convenience, quick-serve restaurants, and other merchants by enabling payments and omni-channel offers through any mobile device or connected car. By removing friction from the transaction and enabling merchants to focus on the shopper experience, retailers can increase sales, build greater loyalty, and lower operating costs. Mobile payments also offer greater security for fuel transactions, protecting sensitive cardholder data and avoiding specific forms of fraud.

“We are honoured that ExxonMobil has selected P97 to manage mobile commerce across Mobil New Zealand Stations,” says Brad Jones, managing director, Asia Pacific at P97 Networks. “The explosive growth of the mobile payments market means consumers have an expectation for frictionless payments at the pump. By going mobile, ExxonMobil further strengthens its position in a highly competitive region and creates experiences that drive greater consumer loyalty.”

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