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Nayax and Beacon Mobile's new partnership

Nayax and Beacon Mobile have announced a new strategic partnership to provide an integrated sales and marketing solution to the car wash industry.

Alan Nawoj, CEO of Beacon Mobile, said: "We are excited to partner with Nayax and bring the most comprehensive and cost-effective marketing and sales solution available to car wash owners globally. As a software company with a deep understanding of car wash operations, we have tested and evaluated numerous hardware products and platforms that would complement our system and found Nayax's technology to be a clear leader in their space.

"From wash bays to vacuums, to dog washes and vending machines, there are many services that can now be integrated together under our combined solution and packaged into monthly membership and fleet account programmes."

"Nayax has extensive experience in the car wash industry and is excited to partner with Beacon Mobile to bring the most innovative solution to this industry," said Carly Furman, COO and CFO, Nayax LLC. "Nayax's award-winning VPOS Touch delivers enhanced consumer engagement and marketing opportunities, as well as the most secure cashless payment technology available."

www.nayax.com

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