11 August 2017

Nigeria: Systemspecs Pushes Out Remita APP to Empower Nigerians

SystemSpecs, financial technology company, said that the recently released full version of Remita app would help individuals and businesses manage their accounts across multiple banks, settle bills of various kinds and generally stay in control of their finances seamlessly.

Remita app which is available on Android and iOS, comes with advanced features which are designed to protect users from fraud. It is the mobile version of the award-winning Remita payment solution which has for more than a decade helped many individuals and organisations to make and receive payments easily.

The release of the full version of the app is coming after its beta version was released on the Android platform in March 2017.In addition to the features earlier made available on the app during its beta release, users of Remita Mobile App will now enjoy a number of new features which would enable them to seamlessly make payments for others, view their payslip, and manage their business and personal accounts.

"Remita App places so much power in the hands of users by making it much easier and faster for them to manage their accounts across various banks and settle bills, on-the-go," said John Obaro, Managing Director of SystemSpecs.

"It is particularly exciting that so much can be done from the comfort of their mobile device, without needing any other mobile app, any token, or visiting any bank branch."

"The fintech market is saturated with apps performing related functions. As part of our brand strategy, we continually innovate to achieve product differentiation for the benefit of our consumers. Remita is the end product of this longstanding effort," said Adédèjì Olówè, executive director, Products and Services, at SystemSpecs.

An exciting distinction of the new App is that it allows users, whether individuals or businesses, to request payments from anyone in style.At a click, they can simply share a QR code via email, WhatsApp and other social media platforms.

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