Emirates Bank to offer online payment service
Arab Digital Distribution Co. (ADD) joined hands with Emirates Bank (EB), a leading provider of electronic banking services in offering their customers online payment processing solution.
EB’s Payment Gateway, the virtual POS machine, provides ADD with Visa, MasterCard and Diners cards processing facilities online. This will allow ADD subscribers the option to subscribe, renew or upgrade through online payment system using their Credit Cards.
Commenting on the association Mr. Vinod D'Mello, Executive Vice-President-Marketing & Network development, Arab Digital Distribution, said “ADD is extremely delighted to be associated with Emirates bank and this joint association will enable us to offer enhanced and flexible payment options for our valued subscribers of Pehla, Firstnet and Al Awael”.
Mohammed Al Jallaf, Senior Manager of Electronic Banking Services in Emirates Bank said, "This alliance of merging businesses and technology is of great significance to us and hope this extends our advanced payment solution services into similar industries”. “The growth of Emirates Bank advanced online payment solutions will encourage potential businesses with sophisticated payment methods a suite of products to select from to fulfill their business needs”. Mr. Aljallaf Added.
“We recognized the current and upcoming business demands of our customers in terms of advanced business solutions and ensure it is offered to them throughout the banks’ Electronic delivery channels”. “The Electronic Banking Services at Emirates Bank prides itself on its ability to design such sophisticated technologies in-house and in association with the banks own IT consultants”. Mr. Aljallaf Added.
Mr. D’Mello added further “ADD the largest platform of the region continues to enhance its network support tools with such association and this clearly demonstrates our leadership by being the first of its kind in the region to initiate an enhanced payment options for our partners and to our subscribers.” (menareport.com)
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