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Posted September 13, 2021

 

Global Payments is to overhaul services at Mercedes-Benz Stadium after being named official commerce technology provider at the home of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons.

The payment technology and software solutions provider will power the 71,000-capacity arena’s multi-channel commerce ecosystem through a blending of online and offline fan experiences before, during and after events. Its services have been brought in to enhance the fan experience in restaurants, food and beverage, ticketing and retail.

Atlanta-headquartered Global Payments will also automate back-office processes to streamline operations, inventory management, financial accounting and employee management for the stadium.

“We are thrilled to be providing our digital technologies to a stadium known for its uncompromising commitment to fan-first innovation,” said Cameron Bready, president and chief operating officer of Global Payments. “We are uniquely positioned to serve this world-class facility because of our fully integrated, cloud-based solutions built for large venues and complex organisations, and we cannot wait to showcase our cutting-edge technologies to fans.”


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