SYSTEMSPECS will release the mobile version of Remita e-payment and e-collection platform before year-end, as it targets pan-African expansion.
From their smart and feature phones, millions of Nigerians will now be able to make payments from any of their commercial or micro-finance bank accounts or through any debit or credit card to thousands of merchants and billers in Nigeria when SystemSpecs, creators of the Remita e-payment platform, releases the mobile version of the application by the end of this
Disclosing this at the on-going GITEX in Dubai which has participants from over 157 countries, ‘DeRemi Atanda, Executive Director SystemSpecs said, “Remita mobile app will enable any individual or organisation see in real-time the balance in accounts held across different banks on a single app. Apart from this first-of-its-kind feature on a mobile app, users will also be able to make payments using the latest scan-to-pay and tap-to-pay technologies.
Speaking further at the event which also had other successful Nigerian technology companies showcasing their offerings, ‘DeRemi said “Remita is conceived as a ONE-STOP payment app that will easily address the diverse needs of customers who currently have to download and use many payment apps at the same time.
“ While welcoming Nigeria’s Minister of Communications, Barister Adebayo Shittu, Director General of National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), Dr. Isa Ali Ibrahim (Pantami) and the Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on ICT, Honourable Mohammed Onawo and others to Remita’s stand within the Nigeria pavilion, Atanda said, “Remita is ready to roll out to the whole world, starting from Africa.
“Based on proven performance track record in the Nigerian market and especially on the national TSA project, we have been receiving great interest from other African countries to replicate the same model.