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Eafricalab and ACI Worldwide Drive Payments Modernisation Across Africa

Eafricalab and ACI Worldwide Drive Payments Modernisation Across Africa

Eafricalab will use ACI Worldwide’s UP Retail Payments solution for Postillion to better serve consumers across 25 African countries.

ACI Worldwide will provide its market-leading payments platform, allowing Eafricalab to modernise its payments offering, fostering further innovation and financial inclusion across the continent. Eafricalab is a leading African processor, providing payments processing for customers across the banking, retail, microfinance, telecoms and local government sectors.

Eafricalab will utilise ACI's UP Retail Payments solution for Postillion, which provides seamless configuration and scripting, allowing the processor  to quickly launch new value-added payments services for its clients, including card management, gift cards and prepaid solutions. In addition, Postilion will enable the company to process modern electronic payments, such as non-card withdrawals, retailer transactions and new alternative payment methods.

“ACI’s proven payments technology will allow us to offer new payments capabilities as well as stronger services to our clients,” said Simplice Anoh, CEO, Eafricalab.

Manish Patel, vice president, Middle East, Africa and South Asia, ACI Worldwide, said: “ACI's UP Retail Payments solution for Postillion enables new, digital payments to be offered in any marketplace, ensuring that processors, acquirers, payment card networks and banks are able to participate in the new payments ecosystem.”

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