Le Slip Français adopts Pay by link to strengthen distancing in stores

Cyril Blondel
Posted on 20 May 2020 by Cyril Blondel
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Le Slip Français announces the deployment of Pay by link customer journey in 16 points of sale, starting with its shop in the Abbesses district of Paris, to offer an innovative and completely secure payment route to consumers.

The brand, which is one of the famous DNVB (digital native vertical brands), is part of the pioneers of unified commerce, with an original economic model that breaks the codes between the physical world and the digital world. Supported by Dalenys, Le Slip Français offers once again with Pay by link an innovative shopping experience for its consumers, adapted to the health crisis.

The purchase journey is as follows:

Physical distancing is thus well respected and payment is completely secure. Le Slip Français can then follow sales from this channel via the Dalenys unified back office, where all of its sales made online, remotely and in stores are gathered.

For this deployment, the brand relies on the service offered by Paytweak, partner of Dalenys.

As a unified payment solution for commerce, Dalenys' priority is to help merchants meet the challenges they face in this extraordinary period. The distancing and adaptation of proximity activities are key in these times after a 2-month lockdown. To respond to these challenges, Dalenys supports its partners and merchant customers in an agile way on a daily basis, so that fluid and secure routes can be offered to consumers at all times, online and in stores.

Since the beginning of the crisis, Le Slip Français has also been mobilized in a united initiative to make masks, by coordinating the manufacturing workshops of the textile industry with each other. An essential contribution to discover here (in French):

Find out more about the omnichannel routes that you can set up with Dalenys:

Omnichannel routes

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