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Nigeria's Upperlink develops PayChoice e-payment service

Monday 7 May 2012 | 11:46 CET | News
Nigeria-based Upperlink has developed the PayChoice e-payment service, which is aimed at fast electronic disbursement and collection of cash, The Punch reported online. CEO Segun Akano said PayChoice is an enterprise suite of payments and collections services for large companies, SMEs, educational institutions and other entities to process outward and inward payments, the Punch reported. He said PayChoice saves time, reduces administrative costs and ensures funds are immediately credited. Akano said PayChoice works with Interswitch Quickteller and on channels such as Automated Teller

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