Lagos — The BPC Banking Technologies has expressed its commitment to meet the digital needs of people who are making payments and transacting business in the country.
The company disclosed this while announcing its full support for the forthcoming Lagos Fintech Week 2019, a financial technology event incorporating discussions, demos and exhibitions.
The pre-sales consultant Middle-East and Africa at BPC Banking Technologies, Emmanuel Obinne, said that BPC is "tackling real life issues with digital solutions, which begins with understanding, which issues prevent people and businesses from making economic progression."
Obinne said that BPC was bringing digital into real life by providing its clients with the right technology to create payment services that fit right into the customers' lives.
"We know that the customers want digital life fast, easy and secure and it must fit in the context of their business or daily life. We are coming to the Lagos Fintech Week to bridge the digital life of the people with real life needs, be it in payments or business transactions. Lagos Fintech Week will give us an opportunity to connect with the ecosystem.
"We are looking forward to meeting the fintech ecosystem and the banks so we can explore how to collaborate. We would showcase how we are powering digital payment ecosystems around the globe, enabling financial inclusion or building the next generation mobility solutions at the Lagos Fintech week in Lagos,"he said.
In a statement signed by the chairman of the organising committee of Lagos Fintech Week, Dr. Yele Okeremi, the week-long event is scheduled to hold in April from 23-26 in Lagos and it offers a convivial atmosphere for BPC to present its digital services in open banking, card payments, and mobile transactions.
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