KORE, the world’s largest managed wireless network services provider specializing in the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, inked an agreement to provide connectivity for DipJar’s electronic tip and donation jars.
Through the KORE network, DipJar will securely and reliably process wireless gratuity and donation payment information without the need to interface with a retailer’s point of sale system.
DipJar’s cashless, electronic tip jars enable quick service restaurant and coffee shop customers to insert their credit or debit cards into a receptacle by the register to leave a preset tip amount – often $1. In addition to the restaurant industry, DipJar is becoming a rapidly adopted solution for charitable organizations to enable cashless donations.
DipJar currently has 600 electronic tip jars across the country and plans to deploy more in the next year. DipJar is able to remotely monitor and manage the location and connectivity of all of their jars, through KORE PRiSMPro.
DipJar has partnered with the Salvation Army to offer select locations and partner retailers in Southern California, Colorado, and Wisconsin who cannot support the iconic bell-ringing campaign- a cashless option for red kettle donations by providing 100 branded digital tip jars.
The Salvation Army is able to use DipJar’s backend dashboard to track progress in real-time.
KORE is the world’s largest managed communications solutions provider specializing in Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine to Machine (M2M) markets.
Providing unified control and management for cellular and satellite network service delivery in more than 180 countries worldwide, KORE empowers its application, hardware and wireless operator partners to efficiently deliver M2M solutions for connected devices across the globe.
M2M applications in industries as diverse as healthcare, utilities, enterprise IT, transaction processing and fleet management rely on the KORE network to deliver operational efficiencies and cost-savings. KORE offers a range of technologies — including GSM, HSPA, CDMA EV-DO and LTE, as well as satellite services — that ensure the greatest possible reliability and coverage.
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