Early last year, 2021, expressPay launched a feature that allows its users to schedule payments of any sort; payments and transfers can be automated to execute daily, biweekly, weekly, or monthly.
The scheduled payment feature enables users to make timed and timely payments without the elements of bank standing orders or routine payment procedures.
expressPay becomes the first eCommerce payment gateway in Ghana to engage the scheduled payment feature. Financially, including scheduled payments through this gateway has increased volumes of domestic payments and spurred participation in both the formal and informal economic sectors, with the benefits of reducing delayed payments and
increasing accounting consistency.
expressPay brings about all these with ease—without the physical engagement of banks or financial institutions, facilitating day-to-day living, and pushing toward sustainable livelihood.
The Head of Marketing, Nana Serwah Arthur Osafo, responsible for building new approaches to maximize customer affinity with seamless cashless transactions, stated, “expressPay has developed strategies that make it the country’s market leader in digital money transfers and payments. We will continue to develop innovative solutions for expressPay and our clients to further transact businesses and payments across all the country’s mobile money networks and banks void of systemic borders and national boundaries.”
With our current customer base, expressPay continues to be the number one payment gateway provider in Ghana, giving its users a FinTech experience like never before.