Telindus Partners With Up Luxembourg To Digitalise Meal Vouchers

Alicia Brun, Up Luxembourg’s Country Manager. (Photo © Silicon Luxembourg/Stephanie Jabardo)

ICT provider Telindus will collaborate with payment services company Up Luxembourg to digitalise its meal vouchers ahead of the 1 January 2025 deadline announced by the government. Data exchange will be at the heart of the partnership.

Up Luxembourg will provide its fintech and HRtech experience as the companies will carry out the integration of the digital management of meal vouchers into Apsal, Telindus’ payroll management solution. The two have begun working together to integrate the data exchange, and Up Luxembourg already has a partnership with supermarket Cactus aimed at facilitating the transition to dematerialised meal vouchers.

“We are delighted with this collaboration with Up Luxembourg for the digitalisation and dematerialisation of meal vouchers, aimed at facilitating data exchange between our Apsal solution and their platform. This collaboration demonstrates our ongoing commitment to providing innovative solutions that simplify the daily lives of businesses and their employees.”

Jean Calçada, Deputy Director Apsal/Gesall Telindus.

The partnership is a response to the government’s move to mandate the digitalisation of meal vouchers by 1 January 2025. Their maximum value will go up from €10.80 to €15 as of 1 January 2024. However, the new limit is not mandatory. The government’s decision is a response to rising inflation and demand from the hospitality sector. It also has the added benefit of eliminating the manual distribution of vouchers. The old paper meal vouchers will remain usable until the end of 2024.

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