Wiseasy Joins in Hands with Moroccan Tanker Towards Mobile Payment
With a complete gas station mobile payment solution provided by Wiseasy, Afriquia SMDC and Afriquia Gas Corporation in Morocco have launched mobile payment services since June 15th. African SMDC is the major national fuel distributor, and African Gas Corporation is the major Moroccan LPG, butane and propane operator, which both belong to Akwa Group. To meet the growing demand of mobile payment and higher standard of financial services, at more than 500 gas stations AutoGo, Oasis Café, Mini Brahim, the customers now can use their smartphones to pay for their fuel charges and coffees with Wiseasy’s smart terminal WPOS-3.
Mobile payment has become the trend globally. With more and more users adopting this fast, convenient and safe payment, the application scenarios of mobile payment has been largely extended, and the value-added services along with it have been amplified. Wiseasy, as a world leading digital bank and payment builder provides an advanced and customized solution based on WPOS-3, which gives them the access to accept customers’ payments by QR code and bankcard. What’s more, fuel cards and loyalty programs can be carried out and managed easily with the smart terminals, bringing more customers and revenues.
Another value-added service is that with WPOS-3, customers can pay their daily bills such as water and phone bills, transforming the gas stations and cafés into bill payment outlets, adding additional incomes and increasing customer-visiting frequencies.
The reason why Afriquia can deploy and manage so many smart terminals is that Wiseasy’s Wise Cloud device management platform allows remote terminal control, maintenance, support, and operation, which greatly saves a lot time and manpower and improves efficiency by avoiding partners to maintain terminals onsite.
In the background of global pandemic, Wiseasy’s solution has special importance and meaning not only by providing fast, convenient, simple and safe payment methods, but also reducing physical contact and potential spreading of the virus. The customer can pay safely with the QR code on their smartphones.
When it comes to the operation, the clear and simple interface on Android-based WPOS-3 makes it easy for the employees to understand and get used to the new payment methods very quickly. Mobile wallets have been embracing a rapid increasing usage rate globally and for the Moroccans who already have had a wide usage rate of mobile phones welcomes the new lifestyle warmly.
Said El Baghdadi, general manager of the African oil company, commented on the introducing of the new payment method that, “we are proud that the we will be the first tanker in Morocco to implement mobile payments at gas stations.” “We have always been privileged to provide our customers with products and services that are in line with, or even anticipate, the changing market expectations,” added Mr. Taufik hamumi, managing director of African Gas Corporation, “therefore, we are also happy to be a pioneer in our field of work. ”
Mobile wallets have been embracing a rapid increasing usage rate globally and for the Moroccans who already have had a wide usage rate of mobile phones welcomes the new lifestyle warmly.