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Interswitch And Google Pay Join Forces to Simplify Transactions

Empowering Seamless Payments with Enhanced Security

Interswitch and Google Pay
Interswitch and Google Pay

Today, Interswitch, a leading African digital payments and commerce company, announced a strategic partnership with Google Pay aimed at enhancing user convenience and efficiency.

In a recent press release posted on the company’s official website, Interswitch revealed that users can now seamlessly access Google Pay support through its Interswitch Payment Gateway (IPG). This integration promises to greatly simplify both local and international transactions.

Furthermore, this innovative collaboration empowers users to securely store their payment details within Google Wallet.

To put into perspective, utilizing Google Pay via this platform provides enhanced security features such as tokenization (which protects against potential fraud) and the “Find my device” function that protects user’s information in the event of a lost or stolen device.

Muyiwa Asagba, the Managing Director of Digital Commerce and Merchant Acquiring at Interswitch, expressed his pride in the partnership with Google Pay, underscoring the commitment to delivering advanced payment solutions for seamless business transactions. The integration of Google Pay into their Payment Gateway opens up global customer networks for businesses while maintaining the highest standards of security and reliability in payments.

Jenny Cheng, Vice President and General Manager of Google Wallet, emphasized the speed, convenience, and security that Google Pay offers to users in more than 70 countries and regions. She highlighted that users can easily add their debit and credit cards to the Google Wallet app with confidence in the safety and security of their financial information during purchases.

Undoubtedly, this partnership will revolutionize the way business operations are conducted in the country.

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