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Network International signs processing agreement with FinTech KamelPay

By Delisha Fernandes

April 02, 2024

  • Digital Payments
  • Financial Inclusion
  • fintech MENA
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Network InternationalKamelPay, a FinTech payroll services providers in the UAE, has signed five-year processor agreement with Network International (Network), an enabler of digital commerce across the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region.

This exclusive partnership will  facilitate transformative digital payments experiences for KamelPay’s customers. Network’s platform and deep payments expertise will enable seamless end-to-end processing capabilities incorporating robust fraud detection and preventive measures to offer advanced functionality and security enriched with additional value-added services from Network.

Hussain Al Qemzi, Chairman of KamelPay, said, “Our partnership with Network International not only aligns with the UAE Government’s strategic vision for a cashless society by 2030 but also presents significant benefits for banks and corporations. Our focus is to address financial exclusion while ensuring access to the financial ecosystem for all stakeholders. KamelPay, deeply integrated within the UAE, serves numerous banks and corporations, offering new opportunities, streamlined processes, efficiency gains, and enhanced service offerings. Together, we’re advancing financial inclusion, driving innovation, and fostering a secure and efficient payment landscape, thereby propelling our nation towards a digitally empowered future.”

Nandan Mer, Group CEO of Network International, said, “We are thrilled to join hands with KamelPay as we jointly strive to offer innovative solutions to expand payroll processing capabilities. Our collaboration builds on Network’s 30 years of experience and expertise in creating world-class digital payments infrastructure and services for clients in the region. Network has diligently cultivated long-standing and reliable business relationships with a multitude of merchants, financial institutions, and payment networks across the Middle East and Africa.”

Network has been instrumental in driving digital payments acceptance and broader financial inclusion in Africa and the Middle East, offering end-to-end payment solutions to a growing customer base in more than 50 countries.

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