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Visa and Pesaflow boost digital payments for Kenya.

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TLDR: Visa has partnered with FinTech firm Pesaflow to enhance digital payments in Kenya. The collaboration aims to create seamless, user-friendly digital payment platforms and promote financial inclusion in the country. Pesaflow will leverage Visa’s extensive reach and security infrastructure to deliver enhanced services to the public sector and citizens accessing government services.

Visa has announced a strategic partnership with Kenya-based FinTech firm Pesaflow to enhance digital payments in the country. The collaboration aims to streamline and enhance digital government ecosystems while fostering financial inclusion.

The partnership will focus on creating seamless, user-friendly digital payment platforms that integrate virtual, digital cards and secure gateway services. These platforms will ensure transparent, secure transactions and promote financial inclusion for all Kenyan citizens.

Pesaflow will leverage Visa’s extensive reach and robust security infrastructure to deliver enhanced services to the public sector and to citizens accessing government services. This collaboration aims to create an efficient, cost-effective, secure, transparent, and inclusive digital government ecosystem.

The partnership between Visa and Pesaflow is an important milestone for both companies. It will allow Pesaflow to bring its innovative digital payment solutions to a wider audience by leveraging Visa’s global network and security infrastructure. It also demonstrates Visa’s commitment to partnering with local FinTechs to drive financial inclusion and transform the way transactions are managed.

This partnership has the potential to revolutionize the landscape of digital payments in Kenya. By creating user-friendly and secure digital payment platforms, Visa and Pesaflow aim to make digital transactions more accessible and efficient for both the public sector and citizens. This will help improve the overall efficiency and effectiveness of government services and promote financial inclusion in the country.

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