Business owners in the Philippines can now better manage their business with the help of bots and open banking APIs
SINGAPORE, July 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Philippines – Aiah, a process automation and conversational commerce company based in the Philippines has recently partnered with Brankas to expand its payment channels to offer direct debit bank transfers as a payment option for their MSME merchants and Enterprise clients.
With Brankas, Aiah merchants can easily create and link their Brankas Pay account within the Aiah Platform to be able to accept direct debit as a payment option.
Aiah Commerce helps merchants sell their products on messaging platforms, like Messenger and Instagram. Merchants can automate an end-to-end purchase process, from the first hello, to the product selection, bank transfer payment and even deliveries. Increase engagement and reduce drop off rates with Aiah.
Powered by Brankas‘ secure Open Banking API technology and bank integration suite, customers can now pay via bank transfers from and to any of the country‘s leading banks. Direct debit users enjoy market leading transaction fees, benefitting merchants and the local economy. This payment option adds on to the current payment method via GCash, an e-wallet in The Philippines.
"We are happy to partner with Brankas, who also shares our mission of bringing convenience and accessibility to merchants in the Philippines. As Aiah Commerce gains more traction with small and large enterprises, we are confident that Brankas can help support, and grow, the businesses of our retail clients," Maria Carmela de Jesus, Chief Marketing Officer of Aiah.
"Brankas and Aiah are making it easier than ever to bring your business online – no need to pay for expensive shopping cart platforms and payment gateways. By combining Aiah’s conversational commerce technology with Brankas Open Finance APIs, we are empowering businesses with the flexibility to easily reach their customers through any social media and messaging platform,‘ said Todd Schweitzer, Brankas CEO.
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