In Improving Africa’s Digital Payments Ecosystem via Stakeholders and Partners Interswitch breaks down the First breakfast Session in Sierra Leone
By Abdul Rahman Bangura-
NEW AFRICA BUSINESS NEWS (NABN) Freetown, Sierra Leone- Interswitch, is one of Africa’s steering integrated payments, and digital commerce firm. The liftoff is thus, of the priority in improving the mainland’s digital payments ecosystem through meetings with key stakeholders and partners. The session indexed
“Accelerating Growth and Profitability – Leveraging Technology to Win”, furnished key understandings and examined competitive chances for careers in Sierra Leone to begin again to develop.
At the session, topical industry issues were also discussed, and attendees were introduced to a variety of innovative products and solutions targeted at commercial banks, microfinance banks, fintechs, other financial institutions, and the public.
Speaking at the session, Olubunmi Aina, Group Head Sales, Payment Processing and Switching (Interswitch Purepay), noted that businesses in Sierra Leone are set to celebrate seamless business operations, particularly as relating to payments.
He told “At Interswitch, our core objectives is to deliver an Africa where payments are a seamless and invisible part of everyday life, and we have carried this vision with us for the past 20 years. Interswitch is committed to the advancement and penetration of digital payments in Africa as a whole. We continue to create innovative solutions that enable individuals and communities to prosper across the continent. Today, we are in the Sierra Leone market to provide customers and businesses with secure and convenient digital payments products and to enhance customer experience,” Aina announced.
At the event, participants were on boared onto the corporation’s products, encompassing Postilion Retail Payment, Interswitch Banking-as-a-Service; Interswitch Payment-as-a-Service; Agency Banking, and Card Fusion.
The company asserted that these products and solutions will enable customers such as financial institutions, banks, fintech, and microfinance banks to give top-notch digital payment solutions to their customers. Same, with these products, businesses will appreciate enhancement opportunities and better customer experiences. Likewise,
financial institutions will be able to rapidly integrate with newer payment cha will with intuitive technologies.
“It is no longer news that the deepened penetration of digital payments is helping to boost Africa’s economy. We are not resting on our oars but will continue to innovate solutions to further elevate Africa’s payments landscape as a whole,” Aina mumbled.
The exhibition stopped on a statement as select customers were rewarded for their assistance to the corporation.
For New Africa Business News (NABN) Abdul Rahman Bangura Reports, Africa Correspondent