Network International, a leader in payment solutions for digital commerce in Africa and the Middle East, has renewed its long-standing agreement with Orabank, one of the largest banking networks in West and Central Africa, with headquarters is in Togo.
Network International’s relationship with Orabank began in 2013 when the bank made the strategic decision to outsource its card issuing and ATM acceptance activities to Network International. Network currently offers the bank a full range of electronic payment and card acceptance solutions in 12 African countries
Strengthening their current relationships, the bank has again signed a seven-year deal with Network International, making it a key partner as Orabank embarks on an ambitious innovation program in the field of digital banking in Africa. West and Central. The hosting and operation of the digital solution offer by Network International will enable the bank to offer its customers seamless services, operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, thanks to a digital omnichannel platform first class.
Network International is at the forefront of promoting the acceptance of digital payments in Africa, offering comprehensive payment solutions to a growing customer base in more than 40 countries.
Simon Haslam, CEO of Network International said, « We are pleased to renew our partnership with Orabank, one of our historic customers in Africa, by continuing to support its growth and ambition in the region. Network International shares Orabank’s commitment to strengthening digital commerce and financial inclusion in Africa and we are very excited that the future holds for both of us in this dynamic market. With an attractive demographics and rising demand for digital payments, Africa is a key growth accelerator for Network International and we look forward to continuing to support banks and merchants with a common vision of ours in research. new ways to serve their customers « .
Ferdinand Ngon Kemoum, CEO of Oragroup, said: « This mutually beneficial partnership will continue, with even more success in the years to come, going hand in hand with a fast-growing market. Our customers are in high demand for convenient, affordable and secure payment methods and Network International allows us to offer them services covering the issuance of debit and prepaid cards, ATMs, payments by electronic payment terminal ( TPE), E-commerce and a new digital experience with our omnichannel platform KEAZ « .
About Network International
Network International comprises a group of companies and is the leading facilitator of digital commerce in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region, providing a full range of technology payment solutions to merchants and financial institutions of all types and types. of all sizes, including acquisition and processing services and a full range of value-added services that are constantly evolving.
Network International Holdings Plc is the holding company of Network International and Group companies.
Through its brand Orabank, Oragroup is present in 12 countries of West and Central Africa (Benin, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Gabon, Guinea, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Senegal, Chad, Togo) and four monetary zones (UEMOA, CEMAC, Guinea and Mauritania). With 152 branches and 1,857 employees, Oragroup offers a wide range of banking products and services to its 430,000 customers (large companies, national and international companies, SMEs and individuals) in accordance with its principles of proximity and responsiveness.
Oragroup also focuses on populations that have little or no access to banking services, working towards financial inclusion through the use of innovative solutions. This commitment is reflected in its approach to CSR, which is an integral part of its strategy and is a priority for its governing bodies, which focus on energy transition, environmental and social risk management and the well-being of the public and private sector. of its employees.
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