Aman teams up with Accept to offer SMEs access to e-payment services
Egypt’s two electronic payment solutions firms, Aman and Accept announce a new partnership in efforts to contribute to the state financial inclusion initiative.
The initiative is being supported by the Egyptian government by offering consumers access to electronic payments, which not only contributes to economic growth, but also gives businesses a secure source of cash flow.
“We strongly believe in the power of financial inclusion and its contribution to economic growth and find it very important to partner with entities that share the same belief. This is why we chose to partner with Accept, and give small and medium sized businesses access to the services that pave their way to growth.”- Ahmed Kamal, Head of Business Development at Aman for E-Payments.
The partnership aims to enable smaller merchants access to a service that has the solution to endless cash sales. Launched in May 2017, the partnership between both companies solidifies Accept’s position as an SME enabler by allowing businesses easy access to Aman’s payment network in addition to the list of payment methods offered by Accept such as mobile wallets, cards and cash collection. This creates an efficient way of digitizing payments and keeping track of sales performance.
“With a network of over 25,000 retail outlets nationwide in addition to 135 branded stores, Aman is bringing innovative non-traditional business models one step closer to a market with unlimited potential and we are very proud to be partnering with them to facilitate growth to our clients.”- Shady El Tohfa, CCO of Accept. The service bridges the gap between businesses and the market by cutting down operational costs and efforts; an important aspect of growing any business.