The Brisbane City Council (BCC) has entered into an agreement with mobile payment technology company Sniip to streamline its billing processes with rates notices about to be issued across the city. Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Sniip, Damien Vasta, said the company was excited about the new partnership with
The availability of new payment option “Sniip” has seen ratepayers in Toowoomba take to mobile payments in large numbers. Sniip, which allows a consumer to make a secure payment on their mobile using a 4-digit PIN was introduced successfully on Toowoomba Water Notices in November 2015 as an Australian first.
Sniip, a new mobile payment app, has launched in Australia, with Toowoomba Regional Council the first biller to trial the new technology with its ratepayers. Consumers can now scan and pay bills within seconds using Sniip’s trademarked circular QR code, eliminating the need to enter a long account number or
Australia’s largest local government is using the Asia Pacific Cities Summit in Brisbane to harness the innovation of both local and international companies to make Brisbane the most liveable city in the world. One of the four themes at the Summit is Digital Cities, and enabling people to make digital