Remita to Expand Market Frontier with New App

As part of its strategy to capture bigger chunk of the market share, Remita, e-Payments and e-Collections solution space, is set to unveil an integrated app that will help customers make numerous transaction on the go.
The brand will be challenging other key market players which include Paga and Interswith that are leading contenders in the mobile money space with the launch of the app.
The Chief Executive Officer, Systemspecs Limited, owner of Remita, John Obaro, disclosed at the international conference held recently at the Convention Center, Eko Hotel, Lagos, to commemorate 50 years of the creation of the Lagos State, that the company will be unveiling the Remita App soon. The e-payment platform is currently in web version.
Obaro stated that the app enables customers make payment and any other financial transaction without stress on their mobile devices from anywhere.
“We have been working on our Remita App and in the next few weeks, we believe it should be out fully into the market. We believe it is a game changer for the industry because we are saying, “bring in all your requirement into one app and you are able to link up with your different service providers.
“You are link up to your different banks; you can link up to your different telcos, you are linked up to your different wallet, you are linked up to your different pension industry, you are linked up to state government for taxes. It gives one integrated line. We believe it is one thing that will add value to the lives of Nigerians”, Obaro said.
Remita is an e-Payments and e-Collections solution on a single multi-bank platform. Remita is in use by many individuals, public and private sector organisations that process over 500 Billion Naira worth of transactions on a monthly basis.
Adopted by the Central Bank of Nigeria for the payment and collections of funds on behalf of the Federal Government of Nigeria and used by all 22 commercial banks and over 400 micro finance banks, Remita has significantly assisted to revolutionize the e-payment industry in Nigeria.


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