Konga Partners Visa To Revolutionize E-commerce
By Pelumi Olaleye
In a bid to revolutionize the e-commerce sector in Nigeria, Konga, an online store has partnered with Visa, an American multinational electronic financial services corporation.
According to both organizations leveraging the delivery of digital and secure payments solutions across key segments of the Konga group’s business portfolio, the strategic partnership is positioned to drive greater efficiency in the sector.
The partnership will offer shoppers and merchants on Konga’s online platform, walk-in customers to its growing number of offline stores nationwide.
The General Manager, Visa West Africa, Kemi Okusanya said the company is solely interested in customers having a secure and fast payment transactions, which will further boost the Nigerian e-commerce sector.
“Partnerships are key for us at Visa, as we constantly look for new opportunities to ensure that more people have access to unique payment experiences that are seamless, fast, and secure. We are extremely delighted to unveil this strategic partnership with Konga which is positioned to further simplify the payment process and raise standards in the Nigerian e-commerce sector.”
According to her, people are continuously looking for the most convenient and secure ways to pay for products and also use several payment platforms when they travel to other parts of the world. What we have done with this partnership is to incentivize the process and provide more value to customers who pay with Visa.
Benefits of this partnership are, shoppers who use the KongaPay app will be issued a digital Visa card which will enable them to make payments everywhere Visa is accepted. In addition, users of the KongaPay app will be able to pay digitally at the time of delivery of their items by simply scanning the Quick Response (QR) code provided by Kxpress delivery agents – a development that will lend further ease and convenience to the payment process and elevate standards in the e-commerce sector.
Co-Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Konga Group, Nick Imudia, revealed that the partnership with Visa holds huge potential for e-commerce in Nigeria, owing to the numerous opportunities it offers to revolutionize the payment process and improve offerings in the sector.
“With this partnership, we are bound to witness a digitally-driven and effortless payment experience for all classes of customers on the Konga platforms – online shoppers, visitors to our offline stores nationwide, merchants, third-party clients and patrons of KTT.
This development is not only momentous in view of its far-reaching implications for the growth of e-commerce in Nigeria, but one that will go a long way to boost customer experience and confidence in the sector.”
“Our excitement knows no bounds, especially in view of the many benefits this strategic partnership will unfold for our customers and millions of Nigerians in the days and weeks ahead,” he said.