From left: Pradeepan - Assistant Manager, Denver Lewis – VP Alternate Channels and Cash Management, Arjun Fernando – CEO DFCC Bank and Omar Sahib – Founder/CEO, Induni Amarasena – Project Manager, Aaqib Afzal – VP Business Strategy from Webxpay
Working to enable a new paradigm in the e-Commerce led growth of Sri Lanka, DFCC Bank announced a vibrant new partnership with Webxpay to connect the bank’s customers to e-Commerce merchants.
Through the new partnership, the bank’s customers will be able to use their Vardhana Vitrual Wallet as a payment option enabled at all of Webxpay’s 600+ network of e-Commerce merchants, thereby linking DFCC’s substantial base of customers to benefit from the ease of making their payments online for an extremely wide range of goods and services, including even the most basic daily necessities, while also driving reliable repeat business to the linked up e-Commerce merchants..
Speaking about the new arrangement DFCC’s CEO, Arjun Fernando said: “Our goal in entering into this partnership with Webxpay was two-fold.
We wanted to infuse an even more convenient and streamlined experience for our customers, while also helping to develop our nation’s e-Commerce space,thereby steeringthe transition into a vibrant, cashless economy.
“Particularly given DFCC’s own extensive expertise in working to offer Sri Lankans liberal access to transacting online, we believe that our partnership with Webxpay is very timely, and we look forward to seeing these measures manifest greater prosperity for Sri Lankan businesses and consumers from all walks of life moving forward.”
A home-grown Fin Tech startup that was first launched in May 2016, Webxpay is designed to seamlessly integrate all available payment channels within a single gateway with a view to driving a new wave of e-Commerce-led growth in Sri Lanka. “Our partnership with DFCC Bank represents another major step forward in our vision to be the face of change in Sri Lanka. Our goal for Webxpay is to support and empower businessesfrom across the island to participate in this first wave of technology-enabled growth and in this manner help Sri Lankan businesssector to transition into a cashless payment eco-system.”
“In that regard, we wish to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation to DFCC Bank for choosing us as their partner to drive the positive changes our organisations are both seeking to effect in the lives of countless Sri Lankan businesses and consumers whose hard work forms the backbone of the Sri Lankan economy,” Webxpay Founder/Director, Nazeem Mohamed said.
Supported across all devices, the system places significant emphasis on businesses wanting to offer their products and services online and being able to receive the payments safely to their bank accounts. The service offerings with competitive pricing options and structured monthly payment options.
Add commentComments will be edited (grammar, spelling and slang) and authorized at the discretion of Daily Mirror online. The website also has the right not to publish selected comments.
The death of the 16-year-old girl in Kalutara has been mired in controversy.
Sri Lanka boasts of a 2500 year old Buddhist culture. This culture also inclu
Abortion is illegal in Sri Lanka unless the life of the mother is at risk. Re
05 Jun 2023 - 0 - 439
04 Jun 2023 - 0 - 54
04 Jun 2023 - 4 - 949
Name - Reply Comment