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World’s largest McDonald’s franchisee taps dLocal for in-app payments in Uruguay
The world’s largest independent McDonald’s franchisee Arcos Dorados is partnering with dLocal to process in-app payments for its restaurants across Uruguay.
The collaboration with dLocal will allow McDonald’s app users to purchase through food deliveries using credit and debit cards.
The platform provides a simple user experience while also processing payment volumes at scale as Arcos Dorados grows delivery services across Uruguay.
Magdalena Gonzalez Victorica, chief technology officer at Arcos Dorados, said the deal is aligned with their ambition to lead the digital race and in offering an easy, reliable digital experience for their customers.
With a single API and platform, dLocal connects global enterprise merchants with billions of emerging market consumers across Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
Arcos Dorados has the exclusive right to own, operate and grant franchises of McDonald’s restaurants in 20 Latin American and Caribbean countries and territories.
It operates over 2,250 restaurants directly or through sub-franchisees and is the largest quick-service restaurant chain operator in Latin America and the Caribbean.