Digital payment methods such as Apple Pay have also been added, ticket sales via QR codes will soon be available and Adyen’s ‘risk management system’ enables protection against fraud. By setting up online risk profiles, the Rijksmuseum must be able to safely handle the large influx of online payments.
Hendrikje Crebolder, director of media & development Rijksmuseum, says: ‘Our partner Adyen offers a renowned payment platform. I am grateful to them for the knowledge and technology they have in-house, which makes our visitors complete cashless can afford.’
Pieter van der Does, founder and CEO of Adyen, adds: ‘These innovations bring several benefits. Physical contact is kept to a minimum, because queues will be shorter, payment at ATMs can now be done without physical contact and visitors can pay via our platform with almost all payment methods in the world. This offers convenience for the large amount of foreign visitors that the Rijksmuseum will hopefully be able to receive again soon. ‘