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Fintech TagPay Rebrands to Skaleet

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From today, TagPay will be known as Skaleet, an international fintech company offering a back-end technology platform. Its core banking platform is fully interactive with an ecosystem of banks, fintechs and technology partners.

It has the speed and agility required to quickly launch new personalized services to the market. Skaleet’s ambition is to bridge the gap between complex financial products and customers’ changing needs.

In this new digital world, Skaleet helps financial institutions become faster and more agile in adapting to their customers’ changing needs by offering innovative services. Our range of services allows banks, neobanks and fintechs to stay in the race against the Big Tech threat that is attempting to dominate this market.

Skaleet’s platform offers complete banking solutions for the day-to-day management of retail banking: onboarding, AML-CFT, bank accounting, regulatory reporting, card issue, SEPA, bank accounts, credit engines and a best-of-breed approach to facilitate the integration of key product and technology partners.

Breaking the banking industry’s IT glass ceiling to increase performance and innovation

With its flexible, modular and natively digital banking platform, Skaleet’s ambition is to innovate by offering new services to fully respond to the latest challenges facing the banking and financial markets, as well as to the growth and scalability requirements imposed by the rapid digitalization of the sector.

Skaleet enables banks and financial institutions to leverage its cloud-native platform to accelerate the launch of new financial services that fully meet their customers’ needs.

Yves Eonnet, CEO of Skaleet, said: “Our mission is to support the digital transformation of banking institutions, neobanks and fintech companies. Our ambition is to become the leading technology platform for digital core banking, offering our customers all the financial services they need.”

The company’s mission statement: to put technology at the forefront of the transformation in financial services

Fifteen years ago, Hervé Manceron and Yves Eonnet set out to take advantage of the latest technological innovations to support new ways of providing mobile financial services. This led them to launch TagPay, a technological platform for managing mobile money accounts.

In 2014, eager to respond to the increasing importance of digital technology and changing customer needs, the publisher launched a next generation international core banking system solution. The ambition of this platform: to accelerate the launch of new, competitively priced services. TagPay has developed a cloud-native platform to meet the needs of financial service providers. Cloud-agnostic, agile and scalable, it has quickly become a leading platform for many financial institutions across the world. At the beginning of the year, TagPay reached a new step by announcing its largest funding: €25M from our new investor Long Arc Capital to enrich its offering and accelerate its international growth.

CEO/Founder Investors King Ltd, a foreign exchange research analyst, contributing author on New York-based Talk Markets and Investing.com, with over a decade experience in the global financial markets.

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NQR Payment Solution Excites Nigerians: Everyone Can Now Pay Sharp Sharp

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Since the NQR payment solution was introduced to the Nigerian market in March of this year, it has reached millions of Nigerians across major markets in different states.  Lagos, Ibadan, Abuja, Kano, Uyo, and Portharcourt are just a few of the states that have witnessed the fast seamless, and reliable NQR payment solution.

Business owners and customers across Nigeria have embraced NQR en masse as a result of the market penetration drive, citing the convenience, speed, and reliability of the payment option.

The NQR Payment Solution is a secure QR-code-based payments and collections platform that allows customers and business owners to accept and make payments for goods and services. The payment system will bring together all of the country’s closed QR code schemes for a more consistent user experience and faster digital adoption.

The campaign was led by several popular celebrities who thrilled the market crowds and showcased how the NQR works. Mercy Johnson, Mercy Aigbe, Odunlade Adekola, Real Warri Pikin, Saddiq Sani Saddiq, Bisola Aiyeola, and Nedu were a few of the ambassadors for NQR.  They encouraged business owners to sign up for NQR, and encouraged customers to make payments with NQR.

The NQR payment solution team recently toured Southern Nigeria, with comedians Edo Pikin and Real Warri Pikin leading the train to sensitize the people about how the NQR merchant app works and how customers can #PaySharpSharp with live demonstrations.

NQR agents also went through the markets educating both business owners and customers about NQR’s benefits. Representatives from several commercial banks were also on ground to address business owners’ concerns. Everyone learned about the NQR payment system and had the opportunity to test it out as well as express their satisfaction with it.

NQR is now available in a store near you.

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Paga Partners With LISNR on Contactless Payment Solution Across Africa

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Paga Group, a leading Nigerian payment platform has partnered with LISNR, the global leader in proximity verification to enable contactless ultrasonic authentication for contactless payment across Africa through Doroki a recent debut merchant solution Application.

Doroki, the sister company to Paga is helping businesses digitize their operations and provide solutions targeted at SMEs in Nigeria. The strategic partnership between Paga and LISNR is the first major partnership of LISNR in Africa’s fintech space.

According to Paga, LISNR’s ultrasonic proximity verification solution activated on the company’s ecosystem will enhance the ease of doing business between consumers and merchants.

“We are excited to incorporate LISNR into the Paga and Doroki Apps. We are leveraging their technology for both person to business and person-to-person payments. This is exciting because people can now pay at a till without being very close to the cashier. It also enables us to offer more interesting non-payment use cases for merchants and consumers. Our partnership with LISNR will give us a strong advantage in attaining our goal of 120,000 merchants in the next two years by offering yet another easy, contactless, and seamless way to make payments and drive loyalty with their customers” – Tayo Oviosu, Founder & CEO, Paga Group.

The African fintech space continues to grow at a rapid rate seeing billions of dollars being invested in one of the world’s fastest-growing economies. Paga as a leader in the fintech space is holding its fort in the industry by forging partnerships with VISA, LISNR, Untapped Global and other leaders in the fintech industry.

Paga plans to scale from 33,000 merchants to 120,000 merchants within the next 2 years, hence it’s important to onboard partners to deliver solutions aligned with the company’s objectives to achieve desired growth.

“Paga is the household name for Fintechs in all of Nigeria and is one of the market leaders in all of Africa. We believe our contactless & secure proximity solution will enable a seamless authentication process across its growing user & merchant database. With our easy to implement solutions and our proven savings for merchants, we’re well-positioned to help Paga in their goal of scaling to 120,000 merchants in two years.” – Eric Allen, CEO, LISNR.

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Kuda Partners Visa, Launches Free Virtual and Physical Cards

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Kuda bank tagged “bank of the free” has partnered with Visa, a leading global digital payment company to offer digital and physical visa cards to its customer for free.

The challenger bank of African, in a recent statement, said that the bank’s offering of zero fees on card and account maintenance was to attract millennial customers and also deliver a convenient transaction platform.

According to the bank, switching from a third-party card provider to a direct issuer of the physical and virtual card shows a significant growth in bank operations.

Kuda Technologies CEO, Babs Ogundeyi said, “Visa inspires confidence, and partnering with them to help us offer reliable card services independently has been one of our top priorities since Kuda launched in 2019. We’re proud that we’ve finally made this happen and we look forward to promoting cashless payments across Africa together.”

“The rapid pace of technology innovation has driven a powerful shift in business and consumer expectations in financial services,” said Andrew Uaboi, Country Manager, Visa Nigeria.

“Whether it is changing the way people invest, manage money, receive loans, or send real-time payments to friends and family, Visa is a natural partner for fintech including Kuda, providing them with new ways to reach their customers through Visa’s vast network and global scale. We look forward to expanding the partnership to other countries in Africa as Kuda continues to scale across the continent,” Uaboi said.

Kuda bank encourages its customers to request a free physical or virtual card. However, account holders must have a minimum balance of N1000 in their account before requesting the card.

Also, customers are to note that only the first request for a kuda card will be free of charge, subsequent requests either due to expiration, loss or damages will be charged a fee.

Kuda Mastercard holders can also request for Kuda Visa card, although the Mastercard will be deactivated immediately after the visa card is activated. This implies that Kuda bank customers can only have access to one physical card at a time, but can also request only one Kuda virtual card for online payment.

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