OpenWay, a digital banking and payment software provider, has announced two new implementation partners in East Africa — TechNote, along with iCon Transactions and Tracing Technologies (iT&TT).
These new additions to OpenWay’s partner network will allow its clients to reduce time-to-market for innovative digital payments solutions in East Africa and beyond.
TechNote and iT&TT were chosen as OpenWay implementation partners since they have already demonstrated high skills and commitment in assisting with deployments, turnkey testing and onsite support for activities with OpenWay clients in East Africa.
Both companies bring many years of expertise in managing and delivering payment systems, including gateways, ATM and POS, web and mobile interfaces.
Both companies are participants in the OpenWay Partnership Program, launched last year to onboard new companies and help them increase their revenue as OpenWay partners in sales, technology, or implementation. New partners undergo a training program, receive partner certification, and start working on joint business opportunities with OpenWay.
Hermann Mike, Regional Director at OpenWay Sub-Sahara Africa said,
“OpenWay is already well-positioned for the future in SSA, since the leading financial institutions in the region have been relying on the Way4 payment platform for many years now.
Nevertheless, we are delighted to welcome TechNote and iT&TT to OpenWay’s trusted, certified and valued regional ecosystem. We hope that through our joint projects we will deliver more end-to-end payment solutions and services like testing, R&D and support for the benefit of our customers.”
Robert Manderson, Director of Partnerships at OpenWay said,
“These new strategic partnerships reflect the level of commitment we are all prepared to invest to ensure that we continue to deliver high-quality, innovative payments solutions to the market.
OpenWay has major growth aspirations, and we look forward to working with these partners in Africa to meet them.”
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