EonX Technologies Inc. Signs Lincoln Sentry

TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / November 3, 2021 / EonX Technologies Inc. (CSE:EONX), (“EonX” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has signed a contract with Lincoln Sentry Group Pty Ltd (“Lincoln”) to deliver payment and loyalty solutions to thousands of end customers.

Lincoln Sentry is one of Australia’s leading suppliers and distributors of hardware and components to the building industry. Lincoln Sentry is part of the Dulux Group that was acquired by Japanese listed firm Nippon Paint Company (TKS:4612) for AUD $3.8 billion in 2019. EONX will provide an integrated loyalty and payments program which enables Lincoln Sentry customers to be rewarded for each transaction and help grow Lincoln Sentry’s market share. Customers will earn points from their spending activity that can be redeemable on a wide selection of products and services via the EONX rewards store. Furthermore, customers will also have the ability to transfer points to cash when making other bill payments through the platform.

With estimated annual revenues of AUD $2 Billion1, the contract with Lincoln Sentry provides a large market opportunity for EONX to increase its transaction processing volumes. EONX will receive transaction fees on VISA, MASTERCARD and AMEX payment processing, marketplace fees and fees on reward points for every transaction on its platform. EONX will also receive a software platform fee of $150,000 for the term of the 60-month contract.

Chief Executive Officer, Andrew Kallen, said “We are excited to be delivering our solution to the building trade via Lincoln Sentry. This the second major customer contract EONX has won in the building industry and is well positioned to take advantage of this growing market segment that is now representing circa 9% of the Australian economy2.”

EONX will provide further updates on transactional revenue received from this contract in the next quarter results.

  1. https://www.dnb.com/business-directory/company-profiles.lincoln_sentry_group_pty_ltd.8774c9a0930b4974ab0395d9f0713e7b.html
  2. https://nationalindustryinsights.aisc.net.au/industries/construction#:~:text=The%20Construction%20industry%20generates%20over,in%20the%20next%20five%20years.

About EONX

EonX is a financial technology company powering the next generation of eWallet, Payments & Loyalty platforms which enable business, consumers and employees to better engage and transact in today’s digital world.

On behalf of the board of directors of


“Andrew Kallen”
Andrew Kallen, CEO

For more information about EonX, contact:

Andrew Kallen
Chief Executive Officer
EONX Technologies Inc.

Telephone: +18036767776
Website: www.eonx.com

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SOURCE: EonX Technologies Inc.

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