Appetize, now part of SpotOn, has announced 11 new partnerships to use its point-of-sale technology for college stadiums and arenas starting this fall.
The newest group of partners join SpotOn’s roster of over 50 education campuses that improve safety, security, and convenience for students, staff and guests. SpotOn’s platform includes point-of-sale devices designed with “tap-to-pay” and scan payment options, mobile wallets such as Apple Pay and Google Pay, and mobile ordering.
New partners in college athletics include: Watsco Center at the University of Miami; Vanderbilt Stadium at Vanderbilt University; Rice-Eccles Stadium at the University of Utah; the Fargo Dome at North Dakota State University; TDECU Stadium and the Fertitta Center at the University of Houston; Carter-Finley Stadium and William Neal Reynolds Coliseum at North Carolina State; Lane Stadium and Cassell Coliseum at Virginia Tech; Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium and Mizzou Arena at the University of Missouri; Ed Robson Arena and CU Events Center at Colorado College; Arizona Stadium at the University of Arizona; and Hancock Whitney Stadium at the University of South Alabama.
These colleges and universities join dozens of other educational institutions that trust SpotOn, including Louisiana State University, University of Mississippi, University of Texas at Arlington, Oklahoma State University, University of South Carolina, and University of Nevada.
“Students and faculty alike will have peace of mind when returning to these campuses nationwide, as our best-in-class platform delivers the safest ordering solutions,” says Wayne Scarsella, execuive vice president of Sports and Entertainment at SpotOn. “Whether they’re returning for an exciting game or in-person learning, guests will appreciate the frictionless, mobile-first operating model they’ve come to expect when ordering food and beverage, and campuses will continue to benefit in the long term by future-proofing their operations.”