Siemens Financial Services (SFS), a number one supplier of economic answers to the merchandising trade, used to be as soon as once more a  main supporter of the 2018 Vendies.

Sonia Collins, Vendor Finance Sales Manager, with the winner Luke Enticknap of Express Vending and host Ryan Philpott

This yr, SFS backed the Best Payment System class which recognised the most suitable choice amongst any cost era lately lively within the merchandising sector, akin to card, contactless, telephone, money and methods. The award went to Nayax for the VPOS Touch.
In addition, SFS backed the development’s charity raffle in help of the Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice. The tournament raised £1700, which used to be matched by way of SFS to convey the overall to £3,400.
Ines Escola, Vendor Finance Sales Manager at Siemens Financial Services in the United Kingdom, commented “We’re proud to proceed to be a part of this kind of high-profile tournament within the merchandising trade. This has now not most effective been an excellent chance to advertise innovation within the sector and change new concepts in a difficult surroundings; it has additionally
been an instance to check out and make a distinction, supporting native charities akin to Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice which is helping kids with life-threatening stipulations and their households”.
The Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice additionally commented: “Thanks to the generosity of participants in the raffle and the Siemens Financial Services match funding, this incredible £3,400 donation could enable us to provide over 90 hours of support to life-limited and life-threatened children and their families in our community. Thank you so much for supporting the vital work we do!”.