Ezipay, Africa’s leading payment service provider, has launched and started its operations in Sierra Leone. The fintech company made a decision to enter and start its operations in Sierra Leone to contribute and encourage smart digital transactions across the country.
Ezipay is a money transfer app that makes sending and receiving money easy for its users. Users can send money from anywhere in the world to a mobile money wallet, pay TV bills, buy data, buy local or international airtime and other exciting add on features.
Ezipay is already operating in some African countries, including Ghana, Togo, Senegal, Niger, Mali, Cote D’Ivoire, Guinea, Burkina Faso,Benin & Zambia.
The vision of the group managing director Manish Gupta is to bring the world closer to Sierra Leone & Africa. With this, family members and loved ones abroad can easily take care of home in the smartest possible ways.
The smart digital financial inclusion is to increase the access of financial services to all citizens and transform the economy into a cashless, digitally empowered society.
Providing access to financial services to underserved populations is key in addressing the smart digital financial service. This has become imperative as nearly two-thirds of the world’s 7.5 billion people have a mobile phone, digital financial services (DFS) are becoming a gateway for those who have been historically excluded not only financially but also economically, politically, and socially. Today, FinTech is exploring digital and mobile channels to enhance existing financial services. However, currently, such innovations are being tested primarily in more developed markets. Ezipay is positioned to contribute to the smart digital financial service. Rajesh Balani, CEO of EziPay SL said.
Ezipay SL has partnered with Afrimoney and Orange money to facilitate the flow of inward Remittance in Sierra Leone. The companies have joined hands to enable the inflow of inward remittances in Sierra Leone.
According to “The World Investment Report” for 2019, global Remittance stood at around $500 billion in 2018.
Orange, a multi-service operator and benchmark partner of digital transformation in this region, provides its expertise to support the development of new digital services in Sierra Leone whereas
Afrimoney is the leading voice in telecommunications, making innovation, affordability, and social responsibilities their priority in Sierra Leone.
Ezipay is a subsidiary of Artificial Intelligence Technologies Limited and has already been present in many African countries and is achieving popularity among Africans, the diaspora community, and expatriates.