Ingenico Group, in partnership with ANZ, showcases contactless payment acceptance during the Cancer Council Campaign “Daffodil Day” on Australia’s First Connected Screen technology

Ingenico Group (Euronext: FR0000125346 – ING), the global leader in seamless payment, unveils a new donation solution on their Connected Screens, in partnership with ANZ.


After the first experience in support of the Smiths Family, we continue our collaboration with ANZ and Shout for Good to support Daffodil Day campaign. The connected screen multi-payment platform is ideal to engage the public in support of a great cause.  During this campaign period the public will be able to donate $5 to $50 to the Cancer Council by using their contactless card” said John Tait, Asia Pacific SVP, Ingenico Group.

Ingenico’s Connected Screen is an interactive media platform that combines a variety of drive to store applications and a secured contactless payment acceptance.

With the integration of Shout For Good, the digital donation platform acquired by ANZ, the Connected Screens enable easy cashless donations and can reach a wide community of supporters when installed in high traffic public locations and shopping malls.

Shout For Good CEO, Charlie Carpinteri said, “We know people are carrying less cash these days so it’s important there are new ways for them to continue supporting their favourite charities. We are proud to bring digital payments to such a significant event as Daffodil Day.

Cancer Council Victoria’s Head of Fundraising Andrew Buchanan said the organisation is proud to be providing innovative ways for supporters to give:  “Daffodil Day turns 31 this year, and is an iconic and much loved campaign for many Australians. We’re thrilled to be working with ANZ and Shout For Good to offer this new technology to those who wish to support our work in cancer research, prevention programs and support services.”

The Connected Screen Donation to the Cancer Council will be operational at the iconic Federation Square in Melbourne from Thursday August 24th to Sunday August 27th from 7am to 7pm. 

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