UK-based fintech Flux recently announced it has formed a partnership with itsu, an Asian-inspired fast food shop and restaurant chain, to deliver paperless receipts. According to Flux, itsu are launching a Flux receipts trial across all stores in the UK in a push to continue driving a sustainable and digital shopping experience for customers. The fintech reported that customers who pay with cards issued by Flux partner banks that have opted-in to Flux will receive digital receipts directly into their banking apps when they now shop at itsu. Flux shared that itsu has become the first UK retailer to trial only one its paperless receipt product.
“As the first retailer to trial solely the Flux receipts product, itsu underlines Flux’s increasingly significant coverage of bank cardholders across the UK and the positive environmental benefit to customers of receiving detailed purchase data without changing behaviour at checkout.”
While sharing more details about the partnership, Matty Cusden-Ross, Founder and CEO of Flux, stated:
“With a strong focus on sustainability, we see itsu as a natural partner for being the first retailer to trial solely Flux’s paperless receipt product. We look forward to building exciting products for our mutual customers from paperless receipts, such as easy access nutritional information, and making the trial a success.
Flux also revealed that bank partners currently include Barclays Bank through its Launchpad app, Starling Bank a, d Monzo.