BUCKS STOP HERE: At Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, officials are developing a more extensive mobile ordering system for concessions. (Don Muret / Staff) When fans return to sports venues,  they’ll see more touchless options for ordering and buying Concessions The global Pandemic of 2020 could finally be the tipping point for greater adoption of mobile payments in sports concessions as part of a new age in contactless food service at arenas and stadiums across North America. As teams and their food providers push toward a cashless business model in general, the mobile payment piece is a critical part of their overall strategy to protect fans and staff in the post-COVID-19 environment, while expanding data in customer buying habits to generate higher revenue. “There’s a huge focus on enabling mobile ordering and pushing fans to do that,” said Geoff Johnson, chief innovation officer with Bypass, a mobile point-of-sale supplier. “It could… Continue Reading Mobile on the Move

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