Costco is looking to continue its development of its film production platform, but has said that a “good sign” of its business prospects is the emergence of the new Apple Pay payment system in Australia.
The retail chain is already using Apple Pay to pay for goods and services at its stores in New Zealand, New Zealand and New South Wales.
“We’ve been working on our platform for quite some time, and Apple Pay has really taken off,” said Costco’s chief operating officer, Craig Molloy.
In a statement, Mr Molloys said that Costco was “deeply concerned” about the lack of the Apple Pay app on its app store in Australia and that the rollout of Apple Pay across the country was still being tested. “
But I think in a world where it’s a really convenient and secure way to pay and make payments, we’ve got to see how that goes.”
In a statement, Mr Molloys said that Costco was “deeply concerned” about the lack of the Apple Pay app on its app store in Australia and that the rollout of Apple Pay across the country was still being tested.
“Our customers across Australia are using our platform and it’s important that we’re able to keep the same service and the same functionality across the world, and so we’re looking forward to the Apple App Store rollout in Australia,” Mr Molls said.
“Apple Pay is an important piece of the puzzle for us, and the Apple platform allows us to offer our customers access to all of their credit card, debit card and prepaid debit card transactions, and that means that they can spend their cash and buy goods and access their banking.”
It means that we can make our business more accessible to Australians who are new to using the Apple ecosystem, and we hope that Apple Pay will make that easier for them to do that.
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