NuovoPay partners with PaygOps to enhance smartphone accessibility
By Leandra Monteiro
ProMobi Technologies announced that NuovoPay, its smartphone locking FinTech platform, has partnered with PaygOps, an interoperable B2B software technology platform designed for last-mile distribution businesses. This partnership aims to unravel more upliftment opportunities for millions of people by enabling easy accessibility for smartphone financing, opening new avenues for them for digital technology procurement along with solar home equipment.
PaygOps is a B2B SaaS platform, known for its interoperability to connect energy and utility appliances and payment methods within an enterprise applications suite or API services, that allows distributors to effectively manage their last-mile operations. This enables them to provide essential products and services to millions of people at the Bottom of the Pyramid at affordable rates.
Because of this seamless integration, last-mile distributors can now offer NuovoPay smartphone financing to their end-users, while complementing their existing processes with PaygOps flexibility to manage finance, sales, after-sales, and inventory, thus increasing value for all the stakeholders.
“We are excited to partner with PaygOps/Solaris. The services and offerings of PaygOps/Solaris are perfectly aligned with what we do at NuovoPay. Our solution, which essentially helps in curbing the digital divide while making smartphone financing seamless and risk free, is complementary to the vision of Solaris Offgrid which is of enabling companies to deliver life-changing technology to the Next Billion,” said Nitesh Bhalothia, Head of Sales at NuovoPay.
“As we continue tailoring our IT solutions to serve multiple industries, we believe that NuovoPay is not only a key player in the digital sector, but an important partner whose mission aligns perfectly with that of Solaris Offgrid, which favours PaygOps platform to support them in reaching more households with reliable products and facilitating greater access to consumer financing, while we combine efforts to close the digital gap in the developing world,” said Thibault Lesueur, Co-founder and CCO at Solaris Offgrid.
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