QorePay, a company seeking to simplify and streamline payment processes, is targeting 50,000 businesses and merchants in the next two or three years as it pushes to accelerate the inclusion of unbanked Nigerians.
The company has set December 14 as the official launch date in Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital. The company said in a statement that its entry would change the status quo in the financial services industry.
With eyes across all African countries, QorePay said it has established strategic alliances with financial transmission bodies, management consultants, and reputable agencies.
Josh Owoseni, CEO, QorePay Technology Solution, said the company is here to assist Nigerians at every step, ensuring a smooth and successful implementation tailored to the business’s unique needs and vision.
“Our solution provides a seamless and secure experience, empowering you to accept payments effortlessly across multiple channels. Whether it’s online transactions, in-store payments, or mobile e-commerce, QorePay has you covered. Security and trust are of paramount importance to us, which is why we have implemented robust measures to safeguard your valuable data. Our cutting-edge encryption technology ensures that every transaction is protected, giving you peace of mind and your customers the confidence to transact with you,” Owoseni said.
On QorePay, merchants can leverage the power of data to gain a deeper understanding of customer behaviour, identify trends, and make informed decisions to drive their business forward.
“We believe that QorePay will revolutionise the way businesses handle payments, and we are committed to providing exceptional support and service throughout your journey. Our dedicated team is here to assist you at every step, ensuring a smooth and successful implementation tailored to your unique needs and vision,” Owoseni said.