BPC Banking Technologies, a provider of open system e-payment services for the global financial industry, has signed an agreement with Cambodian micro-finance institution Hattha Kaksekar. Hattha Kaksekar has gone live in production with the implementation of SmartVista, BPC’s e-payments service.
Hattha Kaksekar implemented SmartVista to deliver products and services to customers across Cambodia, using a number of channels including ATMs, POS devices and mobile phones.
In addition to financial transaction switching for ATM, POS and mobile payments, SmartVista is being used as a card management service supporting debit and local credit cards, prepaid and virtual cards. Hattha’s customers can now carry out balance and mini statement inquiries, funds transfer, as well as remittance transactions on ATMs and POS devices.
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